To suggest an article for #TJC16, fill out the form below. They are typically read in order of suggestion (unless there are extenuating circumstances…honestly, we’re fairly informal about these things). Articles published in open access journals (or that have public pre-prints or are otherwise openly available) are preferred so that everyone can participate. Other sort of group norms that have emerged around article choices include preferences for:
- Very new articles or
- “Classic,” “foundational,” or “frequently cited” articles which never get old
- Articles that can be explored with some level of satisfaction during an hour-long discussion forum
- Articles that address issues related to connected, networked, or open education, digital literacies or citizenship, educational technology, emerging pedagogies or similar.