Children’s Technology Review is happy to help you spread your ideas about children and technology. We suggest sending an outline first to Warren Buckleitner, Editor (firstname.lastname@example.org) by email.
LENGTH AND STYLE
500 to 1500 words. Please include images. Our readers are smart enough to be academics but too busy to bother with APA format. Write in a voice that suites you (first person is fine) and get your ideas through clearly. Try to avoid fancy words like “transmedia.”
WE’RE PRETTY PICKY
Submit original work that pushes the field and raises the bar. Don’t submit material that has been used before. Be prepared to tell us the history and context of the work.
STATEMENT OF BIAS
Each author is required to disclose their motive for writing the article, along with any possible conflicts of interest that readers should know about.
NO ADVERTORIALS OR SPONSORED CONTENT
Don’t even bother.
INCLUDE IMAGES OR VIDEOS
They can help you communicate.
WE OWN THE WORK FOR TWO WEEKS
Submissions become editorial property of CTR, although we do not require exclusivity after 2 weeks of publishing. We may or may not post your article.
Writers get some fame and a one year’s subscription to Children’s Technology Review.
Questions? Contact us!