Voke, a new art education research platform, is accepting proposals for visualized research objects, and submissions of completed visualized research objects, to include in its second issue, to be released October, 2014. More information, and the submission form, can be found at http://www.vokeart.org/submissions .
REVIEW CRITERIA FOR SUBMISSIONS:
Provocative Research Question: The research topic is clearly identified and a line of inquiry is proposed. Research is intriguing, new, original, provocative, and current.
Art Education Relevancy: The proposal relates to, or explores themes relevant to, the arts and learning.
Visualized Research Component: The proposal clearly outlines the planned visual articulation of the research and may include examples of previous/related artwork that supports the research.
Clarity of Proposal: The proposed research is clearly explained and supported.
Academic Rigor: The proposal indicates that the final written and visual research will demonstrate academic rigor.
Research has not been previously published: However, if the contributor wishes to expand upon or frame previously (up to date) published work within a different, original context, Voke will consider the proposal.
Full details on proposal requirements may be found at http://www.vokeart.org/submissions
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Interested contributors may use the proposal submission form linked above, and further questions can be directed to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.