TNE SIG Blog Article Writing Guidelines

The SIG committee welcomes blog contributions from TNE colleagues. We are always interested in hearing from educators who have interesting thoughts and ideas on pedagogical concepts, lessons, recent developments, or any other experiences based on your transnational education teaching scenario. Writing an article is also a good way to develop professionally. Articles should preferably be based on your own experience, practice, reflection or research.

The article should not have been previously published elsewhere and should not be under consideration by another journal. All submissions will be reviewed by the editorial team within 2 to 4 weeks.


Posts should be between 1000 and 1200 words.

If you quote references, please give complete reference information.

If you supply images please provide the source so that they can be credited appropriately.

Please include an article title.

In addition, please send a short bio. Include about 70 words about yourself, where you are currently working (if you are happy to share this information), as well as your research or professional interests. You may also add your email address if you are happy to include this with your article.

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