Scope: Contemporary Research Topics is series of peer-reviewed open access journals published annually in November by Otago Polytechnic Press. Otago Polytechnic Ltd is a subsidiary of Te Pūkenga - New Zealand Institute of Skills and Technology. For previous issues and author guidelines and malpractice statement please see www.thescopes.org. For more information on the details of the call, formats accepted etc please contact the Editor for the journal. This call closes 2 April 2022.
Work-based Learning Issue 3
The journal Scope (Work-based Learning) focuses on contemporary research in assessment of prior learning, learning in, for, and about work, and professional practice. It is concerned with critical debate about practice, theory, and history, and their relationships as manifested in the experiences of learners, practitioners, and researchers in work-based learning and professional practice. ISSN 2703-6227 (Print) ISSN 2703-6235 (Online) Submissions to Henk Roodt and Martin Andrew.
Theme for 2022: ‘Working around’, our professional practice-based theme is open and ambiguous since it allows us to address the numerous 'work arounds' that the age of Covid-19 have hoisted around researchers and practitioners alike in professional practice. It talks to innovations or pivots in research and workplaces alike. It also implies that work is all around us in the world of professional practice, and enables us to explore round about our work and practice to find the spaces where it meets enquiry, research or scholarship.
Published on 1 Nov 2021
Orderdate: 1 Nov 2021
Expiry: 2 Apr 2022