The JRPCT promotes scholarly teaching and the scholarship of teaching and learning and publishes articles focused on promoting student learning. Articles should address themes around promoting effective practices in teaching and learning.

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The Journal for Research and Practice in College Teaching Submission Dates for the Special Summer Issue and Volume 7


  Special Issue of Personal Narratives: What will Stick? 

After the Pandemic, What Will Stick: Teaching Innovations that We Can Keep Using
Submission due date: August 16, 2021

In this special issue of the JRPCT, we are inviting 1,000 word personal narratives about what you will keep from the adaptations you made to your academic life as a result of the exigencies of the pandemic semesters. In your personal narrative, explain what you did before, how your job changed for you when everything went online, and what innovations from this experience you will keep as you move forward, whether you are an administrator, a member of staff, an instructor, or a student. Please see this link for details of submitting a personal narrative. For questions, email 

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Due Dates for Spring 2021 Research Studies Volume 7

Manuscript  Submissions for Volume 7 due date: December 17, 2021
Notification of Acceptance for Volume 7: February 2022
Revisions and Copy Editing for Volume 7: April 2022

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If you have any questions about the journal, please email the General Editor, Ruth Benander, at

Vol. 6 No. 1 (2021): The Journal for Research and Practice in College Teaching

Published: 2021-04-12

Training health professional students in adolescent SBIRT using an online module

Adolescent SBIRT

Shauna Acquavita, Rachel Smith, Ruth Anne Van Loon, Karissa Kim, Bonnie Brehm, Tiffiny Diers


Transparent Assignment Design: A Multidisciplinary Survey Assessing Students’ Perceptions

Amber Peplow, J.A. Carter, Joseph Baumgartner, Monica Hennessy, Melinda Greer, Sue Schlembach, Bradford Mallory, Brenda Refaei


Thinking like a Survey Researcher

The Experience of Inservice Educators

Janet Penner-Williams, Ed.D., Rebecca Carpenter de Cortina, M. A., Trish A. Lopez, M. A. T.


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