Submitted by Gill Knight, Associate Professor and Associate Dean of Education, Aston University, and member of UKAT. Gill is also an NTF and PFHEA.
Special Issue Title: THE FUTURE OF ACADEMIC ADVISING AND PERSONAL TUTORING: THE IMPACT OF COVID-19 AROUND THE WORLD
Academic advising and personal tutoring around the world has been transformed by COVID-19. Students, staff, and institutions have recognised its importance more than ever before. The opportunities of digital technology have been embraced. Issues of equality, diversity and inclusion have been revealed. Research-informed practice and collaboration has supported higher education to adapt.
This special issue will consider the impact that COVID-19 has had on academic advising and tutoring: both the challenges and the opportunities. It will also explore the future of academic and personal tutoring as we emerge from the pandemic. The special issue will bring together articles from across the world to reflect on the challenges, opportunities, and innovation.
The special issue has been developed in collaboration between NACADA: The Global Community for Academic Advising and United Kingdom Advising and Tutoring (UKAT).
We welcome manuscript article submissions from global researchers based on research and reflection, and discussion and theory papers. We also consider manuscripts based on interview. There are no author costs associated with the publication.
We are especially interested in including papers on the following themes:
· Global perspectives
· Changing approaches to practice
· Equality, diversity and inclusion
· Digital technology
· Student engagement
· Induction and progression
· Supporting staff to support students
· Scholarship and practice
· Leading and experiencing change
We invite you to submit articles in accordance with the guidelines you will find here.
If you would like to discuss your manuscript ahead of submission, please get in contact with one of the special issue editors:
Peter Hagen (NACADA) email@example.com
Julie Givans Voller (NACADA) firstname.lastname@example.org
Gill Knight (UKAT) email@example.com
Kathryn Woods (UKAT) firstname.lastname@example.org