Information for Authors
The Journal of Inquiry-Based Learning in Mathematics (JIBLM) publishes classroom-tested course notes designed for inquiry-based courses in university-level mathematics. By "inquiry-based" we mean any form of constructivist, discovery-based, Moore-method, problem-based, or Socratic pedagogy that replaces traditional lectures and textbooks with some form of student-centered activities. Because the success of this enterprise ultimately rests on the contributions of authors, both as writers and as mentors, we make five requests.
other information that will be useful to a less-experienced instructor. A well-written introduction will minimize the instructor's need for further guidance from you.
Student and Instructor Versions (Optional)
The downloadable template is designed to be self-explanatory, using standard LaTeX commands and allowing the author to see the formatting exactly as an accepted manuscript will appear in the journal. The form template.tex serves as:
To get started:
Please do not modify JIBLM.tex. If you encounter any difficulties, please contact the Technical Editor for assistance. Authors and referees may wish to download the Guidelines for Refereeing, available in Word or LaTeX.
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