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Abstract #302583

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Activity Number: 77
Type: Invited
Date/Time: Monday, August 8, 2005 : 8:30 AM to 10:20 AM
Sponsor: International Association for Statistical Education
Abstract - #302583
Title: Promoting Research and Research Reporting in Statistics Education: The SERJ Experience
Author(s): Flavia Jolliffe*+ and Iddo Gal and Carol J. Blumberg
Companies: University of Kent and University of Haifa and Winona State University
Address: Institute of Math, Stats, Actuarial Science, Kent, Ct27NF, United Kingdom
Keywords: education ; journals ; international ; publications

The Statistics Education Research Journal was established in 2002 by the International Association for Statistical Education (IASE). It is the first peer-reviewed e-journal to focus on advancing research-based knowledge that can help to improve the teaching, learning, and understanding of statistics or probability. The scope of issues and topics sought in manuscripts is broad and relates to learning or understanding statistics in formal, classroom-based contexts, as well as in various out-of-classroom, real-world contexts. This talk will overview key topics, relevant types of papers, and areas in which the journal is interested. It also will note some thorny issues the editorial board of SERJ sometimes faces, such as cases when papers submitted for review duplicate conference papers already published on the internet or in conference proceedings or various deviations from the guidelines for authors. The talk should be of interest not only to prospective authors but also to colleagues interested in getting a glimpse into emerging research areas and challenging issues facing researchers and educators interested in statistics education.

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