Hybrid Pedagogy uses an open, collaborative peer-review process and accepts only documents that respond to one of our ongoing calls for papers or editorial invitation. The information below provides guidance and suggestions to help spur creativity and streamline the review process. In general, sending us a document for consideration happens in three steps:
Hybrid Pedagogy actively pushes the boundaries of what, how, and when academic work is published. We’re open to anything related (even loosely) to digital and analog pedagogy, including but not limited to multimedia work, scholarly essays, anecdotal narratives, and practical tips. Our peer review process is collaborative and aimed not at intellectual gatekeeping but at helping writers and scholars develop their work.
Our articles embody praxis—they blend the theoretical with the applied, analysis with application. We value anecdote and experience as a source of knowledge and understanding, and we use theory to interpret and understand our experience, to understand how to learn from it. As Freire says,
We must not negate practice for the sake of theory. To do so would reduce theory to a pure verbalism or intellectualism. By the same token, to negate theory for the sake of practice, as in the use of dialogue as conversation, is to run the risk of losing oneself in the disconnectedness of practice. (382)
Articles on Hybrid Pedagogy help us find ourselves and help give voice to the disenfranchised and motivation to those who work with students.
Once you’ve reviewed the process and guidelines above, we invite you to send us a draft for review. A few things to note:
If that sounds good to you, then…