Call For Articles!


Integrative Teaching International’s next issue of FutureForward is focusing on technology and teaching technologies. This issue is intended to provide our readers with a sampling of what is being done out there that takes advantage of the unique qualities, characteristics, or opportunities that current technology has to offer. Please interpret this broadly. We all use technology to varying degrees but we don't all take advantage of what it has to offer nor do we always explore its full potential. What successes or failures have you encountered as you integrate technology into your teaching, professional work and/or classroom?

Mathew Kelly will be writing an article discussing how Pinterest can be used to build a research community. The unique quality here being how each person is using a global network of people to aid in their visual research. The article will include the reasons why Pinterest is a valuable resource but also should not be considered a replacement for resources available in the library.

Integrative Teaching International is looking for articles that are roughly 1500-3000 words in length. Please consider the following guidelines if appropriate to your article:

·      One paragraph overview
·      Why is this important or what need did you see for implementing this idea/project
·      How it works or how you implemented it
·      What conclusions/surprises have you encountered.
·      A short 50-60 word bio similar to the one below.

If you are interested in writing an article for this issue, please send a rough draft of your article by July 15th  to Articles will be reviewed by the Editor of FutureForward, Vice President for Publications and associate VPs. ITI is looking to publish this next issue of FutureForward by November 1st. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact: Mathew Kelly at

Sample bios:
Doug Post is an Assistant Professor in the School of Media, Culture and Design at Woodbury University where he teaches Foundation and Animation courses. Prior to teaching, he enjoyed careers in graphic design and animation. Doug is credited on a number of animated films and continues to freelance and paint.