Journal of Technology Education

JTE Editor: Mark Sanders

Volume 2, Number 2
Spring 1991

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                        Scope of the JTE
          vides a forum for scholarly discussion on
          topics relating to technology education.
          Manuscripts should focus on technology educa-
          tion research, philosophy, theory, or prac-
          tice.  In addition, the JOURNAL publishes
          book reviews, editorials, guest articles,
          comprehensive literature reviews, and re-
          actions to previously published articles.
                        Editorial Process
               Manuscripts that appear in the ARTICLES
          section have been subjected to a blind review
          by three or more members of the editorial
          board.  This process generally takes from six
          to eight weeks, at which time authors are
          promptly notified of the status of their man-
                Manuscript Submission Guidelines
          1.  Five copies of each manuscript should be
              submitted to:  Mark Sanders, JTE Editor,
              144 Smyth Hall, Virginia Tech,
              Blacksburg, VA 24061-0432  (703)231-6480.
              Bitnet: msanders @ vtvm1.  Internet:
              msanders @
          2.  All manuscripts must be double-spaced and
              must adhere strictly to the guidelines
              published in PUBLICATION GUIDELINES OF
              (3rd Edition).
          3.  Manuscripts that are accepted for publi-
              cation must be resubmitted (following any
              necessary revisions) both in hard copy
              and on a 3 1/2" or 5 1/4" floppy disk
              (either MS-DOS or Macintosh format).
              Moreover, the disk version must be in
              both the native word processor format
              (such as WordPerfect or MS Word) and in
              ASCII format.
          4.  Manuscripts for articles should generally
              be 15-20 pages in length (25 pages is an
              absolute maximum).  Book reviews, edito-
              rials, and reactions should be three to
              five manuscript pages.
          5.  Tables should be used only when data can-
              not be incorporated into the body of the
          6.  All figures and artwork must be submitted
              in camera-ready form.
                    Subscription Information
          be published twice annually (Fall and Spring
          issues).  New subscribers should copy and
          mail the form below:
          Mailing Address______________________________
          Make checks payable to:  JOURNAL OF TECHNOL-
          OGY EDUCATION.
               Regular (USA):  $8
               Regular (Canada/Overseas):  $12
               Library (USA):  $15
               Library (Canada/Overseas):  $18
          Return check and this form to:
               Mark Sanders, JTE Editor
               144 Smyth Hall
               Virginia Tech
               Blacksburg, VA  24061-0432
                         JTE Co-sponsors
               The International Technology Education
          Association (ITEA) is a non-profit educa-
          tional association concerned with advancing
          technological literacy.  The Association
          functions at many levels -- from interna-
          tional to local -- in responding to member
          concerns.  The Council on Technology Teacher
          Education (CTTE), affiliated with the ITEA,
          is concerned primarily with technology
          teacher education issues and activities.  For
          more information on either association,
          contact:  ITEA, 1914 Association Drive,
          Reston, VA  22091 (703)860-2100.
               Figures 4 and 5 of Volume 1, #2, page 63
          should have appeared as shown below:
          FIGURE 4.  Percent of schools following new
          organizers (n=22)
          FIGURE 5.  States requiring related
          coursework in international/global dimensions
          and social/environmental impacts (n=24) 

          Permission is given to copy any
          article or graphic provided credit is given and
          the copies are not intended for sale.
Journal of Technology Education   Volume 2, Number 2       Spring 1991

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