Editor in Chief
Dr. George Roberts, Oxford Centre for Staff and Learning Development, Oxford Brookes University
Mary Briggs, Principal Lecturer, School of Education, Oxford Brookes University
Dr. Peter Draper, Faculty of Health and Social Care, University of Hull
Dr. Didi Griffioen, Staff Department Education and Research, Hogeschool van Amsterdam
Editorial Board Members
David Aldridge, School of Education, Oxford Brookes University (Book Reviews)
Dr. Mark Childs, Oxford Centre for Staff and Learning Development, Oxford Brookes University
Dr. Dominic Corrywright, Department of History, Philosophy and Religion, Oxford Brookes University
Dr. Monika Foster, The Business School, Edinburgh Napier University
Richard Francis, Learning Resources, Oxford Brookes University
Dr. Laura Hills, Centre for Inclusion and Collaborative Partnerships, The Open University
Rose Leighton, Media, Information and Communication, Hogeschool van Amsterdam
Dr. Anne Osterrieder, Department of Biological and Medical Sciences, Oxford Brookes University
Dr. James Percival, School of Education, Oxford Brookes University
Leander Reeves, Oxford International Centre for Publishing Studies, Oxford Brookes University
Will Roberts, Department of Sport and Health Sciences, Oxford Brookes University
Agi Ryder, Department of Education, Middlesex University
Prof. Chris Rust, Emeritus Professor, Oxford Brookes University
Dr. Ian Scott, Faculty of Health and Life Sciences, Oxford Brookes University
Dr Nick Swarbrick, School of Education, Oxford Brookes University
BeJLT Editorial Board members responsibilities 2016
The responsibilities of Board members are outlined below:
- The Editorial Board meets twice a year at Oxford Brookes University and Editorial Board members are expected to attend, either in person or by phone/Skype. Board members will have read all of the papers in the issue(s) published since the previous meeting and there will be an opportunity at each Board meeting to provide feedback on their quality, format, and fit with the aims and scope of the journal.
- In order to remain connected with the scope and standards of the journal, Board members are expected to review research papers and short articles, not normally more than two a year.
- Board members also act as advocates for the journal, seeking submissions, commissioning articles and suggesting reviewers from their own disciplinary communities.
The term of office is three years, with an opportunity to renew once. Editorial Board members who do not fulfill the roles outlined above will be asked to step down to create space for new members.