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Mar 28, 2013

IZE Call for Papers and Articles

IZE: Expanding The Educational Impact of Zoos & Aquariums Worldwide - Write for the International Zoo Educators Association Journal

IZE: Expanding The Educational Impact of Zoos & Aquariums Worldwide

The IZE Journal is the place to publish and share educational practice with your colleagues around the world and highlight conservation education trends, initiatives, efforts, evaluation and achievements. The Journal also represents the profession of zoo and aquarium education to others.
We are looking for articles and papers for our 2013 Journal – deadline for submission is 31st March. (Late entries may be considered if there is space and they are of appropriate quality).

This is YOUR chance to be published and to help others.
Look at some previous IZE journals via our website which can be accessed HERE
Here you can also find the instructions to authors – don’t be put off by this, we would rather you contact the regional editors with something than not at all – it may be that some of your suggestions can be used for our website and facebook postings.

Possible themes for articles are:

  • education and interpretive techniques; education and conservation ex-situ (i.e. in zoological parks & aquaria) and conservation in-situ (i.e wildlife reserves/the wild);
  • innovations in conservation and environmental education;
  • evaluation of educational outcomes and effectiveness
  • education science and research;
  • education training;
  • conservation communication

The journal is published in colour and we can reproduce photographs, graphs and diagrams. Articles are usually between 4 and 8 pages long.

AFRICA – Jone Porter [email protected]
AUSTRALASIA – Sean Coleman [email protected]
EUOPE/MIDDLE EAST – Maggie Esson [email protected]
LATIN AMERICA – Sandra Gomez [email protected]
NORTH & SE ASIA – May Lok [email protected]
SOUTH ASIA – Meena Nareshwar [email protected]
NORTH AMERICA – Rachel Bergren [email protected]

Journal Editor: Stephen Woollard [email protected]

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