Call for chapter proposals: due February 21
Misbehavior Online in Higher Education

Charles Wankel, St. John’s University, New York, and Laura Wankel, Seton Hall University, Editors

Online misbehavior at universities and colleges--including cyberbullying, harassment, plagiarism misrepresentations, trickery, scams, privacy violations, hacking, intellectual property violations, etc.--is being addressed to varying degrees and in varying ways.  This volume will provide reports on the nature and extent of problems and approaches to grappling with these issues.


Book chapter proposals received: February 21, 2011

Notification of accepted chapter proposals:  March 1, 2011

Receipt of full book chapters: May 1, 2011

Chapter authors receive reviews with feedback:  June 1, 2011

Final revisions due:  August 1, 2011

Book release:  January 3, 2012

Submit a one-page or so chapter proposal.  Also, include for each of the co-authors a brief biography including terminal degree, current institutional affiliation and position, and a listing of any related publications. For each co-author include contact information, so we can readily contact you such as: email address, mobile phone, work phone, home phone, and Skype (if you do not mind us contacting you through these).

Send proposals and inquiries to both:

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