Information for Authors of User Reviews
User Reviews are professionally refereed scholarly articles written by authors who have taught out of Course Notes and wish to share their experiences with prospective users.
Topics addressed in User Reviews may include anything that might be useful to prospective users, such as:
User Reviews should aim to be as useful as possible for potential users and should be written in a professional, scholarly and collegial tone. They should indicate the author's background in inquiry-based teaching, which JIBLM notes were used, the size and makeup of the class, and details of how the class was structured around the notes, so that readers have a context within which to interpret the review.
Authors submitting materials retain copyright and cede to JIBLM the right to display published materials in perpetuity. Anyone reproducing or displaying JIBLM publications should clearly display the journal name, title, issue and number. Reproduced materials may be distributed provided that no charge is levied to the users beyond the cost of reproduction.
User Reviews should be sent via email to Reviews Editor Nat Miller along with a completed Review Submissions Form using the LaTeX templates provided. The form user_review_template.tex serves as:
To get started
Do not modify jiblm_ur.tex. If you encounter any difficulties, please contact the Technical Editor Ted Mahavier.