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Call for Papers for a Special Issue of Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
Information Access and Control in an Age of Big Data
Guest Editors
Edward L. Carter, J.D. LL.M., Associate Professor, Brigham Young University
Laurie Thomas Lee, Ph.D., Professor, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
We invite contributions to a special issue of Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly that will address access to and control of information in an age of Big Data. We encourage submissions that approach this topic from an inclusive range of fields and research methodologies within journalism and mass communication and also from other disciplines, with a focus on the implications of the topic to media and society. Submission Deadline for Papers: June 1, 2015. See Complete Call.

Conference Papers Again Eligible for News Audience Research Award
The News Audience Research Paper Award is an effort to encourage more research and discussion on the audience for news. Accepted 2015 AEJMC papers that have researched some aspect of the news audience are automatically eligible to be reviewed by a specially appointed committee for this award. Cash prizes in the amount of $500, $300 and $100 will be given to the first-, second- and third-place winners at the AEJMC Business Meeting in San Francisco. See Complete Call.

Call for Papers: Mobile Media
If you are trying to adapt your curriculum to be “digital first,” you might be missing out on the opportunity to be an emergent leader. Digital first has been replaced by mobile first. The digital disruptor is already being disrupted, because our industries are going where their audiences are, and that’s mobile. Journalism and Mass Communication Educator is seeking research papers on mobile media pedagogy and classroom best practices. Deadline for submission of manuscripts is midnight, May 1, 2015. See Complete Call.

Best Practices in Online and Blended Learning
A teaching competition sponsored by the AEJMC Elected Committee on Teaching
For the 10th year, the AEJMC Elected Committee on Teaching is looking to honor innovative teaching ideas from our colleagues. Each year, the committee selects three winners in a themed competition highlighting different areas across the journalism and mass communication curriculum. Deadline: Entries should be received by 5 p.m. Eastern Time, March 20, 2015. See Complete Call.

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