About the Stylus/CEL Series
The Stylus/Center for Engaged Learning Series on Engaged Learning and Teaching features concise books (both single author and edited collections) for a multi-disciplinary, higher education audience interested in research-informed engaged learning practices. Series books are published by Stylus Publishing and supplemented by open-access resources hosted on the Center for Engaged Learning’s website.
Book authors/editors who publish in the series will join a community of scholars focused on engaged learning and teaching, with series books collectively marketed to faculty, staff, and administrators across higher education institution types. The Series Editors
- collaborate with book authors/editors on promoting their books to a broad audience of stakeholders in higher education,
- offer strategies for showcasing books in conference presentations, and
- support the development of robust supplemental resources that extend readers’ use and discussion of the books.
Although individual books in the series might most appeal to those interested in a specific topic, authors/editors should “translate” their research/theories for broad audiences in higher education, including faculty, staff, faculty developers, administrators, and policy makers. Therefore, authors/editors should speak to the scholarship’s implications for higher education, including effective practices for teaching, curriculum design, and/or educational policies.
Please direct questions to Jennie Goforth (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Jessie L. Moore (email@example.com).