From Scholarly and Research Communication
CALL FOR PAPERS: Communicating Research and Scholarship Through Online Videos
How do people use online videos to communicate scholarly knowledge to a lay audience? What are video creators’ purposes and goals? What techniques do they use? What makes for an effective video? An ineffective one? What are the pros and cons of specific services like TED Talks or Veritasium? What are some positive and negative effects on viewers? What do audiences think of such videos?
We are interested in hearing in English or French from both practitioners (those who create videos) and researchers (those who analyze them). We are open to receiving diverse types of contributions, such as articles, technical reports, field notes, commentary, reviews, syntheses, reflections and conjectures.
For more information, please visit the site for Scholarly and Research Communication at https://src-online.ca/index.php/src.
Deadline to submit an abstract: November 1, 2021.
Deadline to submit the final article: March 15, 2022.
Contact person: Eric Spalding, University of the Fraser Valley (firstname.lastname@example.org).