For journals such as JTATE and CITE, Pollard and Pollard (2004-2005) advocated a research landscape that examines six areas:
The editor of JTATE leads a monthly online discussion in TappedIn (http://www.tappedin.org).
The monthly discussion, titled "Publishing Your Work," provides the field with the opportunity to discuss issues related to publishing with JTATE's editor.
The article concludes with an invitation to continue this conversation by participating in TappedIn online discussions with the editor of JTATE and other researchers.
SITE and JTATE are solidly established, as a testament to Jerry's pragmatic recognition of organizational realities, while he has simultaneously been unwilling to be bound by them.
Debra Sprague is a worthy successor to Jerry as incoming JTATE editor and has proposed a number of innovations integrating print and electronic media.
After serving as founding father and nurturing the journal through its infancy and early childhood, Jerry Willis has determined that the time has come to step down as editor of JTATE, although he will continue to serve as co-editor for CITE Journal and senior advisor to JTATE.
She has published in JTATE, as well as other technology journals, such as the Journal of Computers in Teacher Education and Learning and Leading with Technology.
Most importantly, Debra will bring many of the same qualities of innovation and curiosity to the editorship of JTATE that have made it successful under Jerry Willis's stewardship.
Consequently, this time of transition for JTATE seemed an appropriate time to rethink the relationship among all of SITE's print and electronic publications.
This portal would include a link to an integrated submissions process for both JTATE and CITE Journal.