The OnCUE Journal is published four times a year and provides the latest tips on new hardware and software, up-to-date legislative information, articles on successful school-based technology programs, and a host of other timely, useful information. It is mailed to our current membership, including technology-using educators throughout California, the United States and the world. It is also available in PDF form in the OnCUE Archive.
Beginning with the Spring 2012 issue, OnCUE+ is available for digital consumption. This version of the journal is free of the constraints of its paper-based sibling. It will come out quarterly and include the same awesome articles, feature the same great contributors, but extend the capabilities to include audio, video, slideshows, interactive links and more. The app is currently available for iPad and will soon be available in Google Play for Android tablets. Issues will be available at no charge to CUE members, or $4.99 each for nonmembers.
The Editorial Calendar for 2013-2014 is as follows:
Editorial & Ad Order Deadline
Ad Materials Deadline
for All of Us
|July 8, 2013||July 22, 2013|
BYOD for Effective
|September 16, 2013||September 30, 2013|
Common Core & NGSS:
The Rise of PBL
|January 6, 2014||January 20, 2014|
What's New? Trends
|March 3, 2014||March 31, 2014|
Our focus audience is comprised of educators and others (primarily members of Computer-Using Educators) interested in advancing student achievement through technology. OnCUE follows Chicago style, uses active, direct voice; encourages use of subheads throughout stories, and provides names, titles and affiliations for those cited.
|Features (see Editorial Calendar for topics)||650-1300 words|
|News & Updates|
|Include name, sponsor of event, event site and contact info.|
Issues are planned three months in advance and writers are given one month to complete assignment. There is a 2-month lead time for advertising and Calendar listings. News items are reviewed daily. Unsolicited articles are due two weeks before the Editorial and Ad Order deadlines above. Please contact Sara Armstrong (firstname.lastname@example.org) with your article idea before you start writing.
How to File
Email your story to Sara Armstrong at email@example.com as a plain text attachment (or in the body of an email). Add any auxiliary information at the bottom of the story file. Include your name at the top on any attachments, a 600x800 dpi photo of yourself, and any supplementary materials.
Changes or Corrections
Authors are responsible for the accuracy and originality of their articles. If corrections need to be made after submission, please inform the editor in writing as soon as possible. Because of our publishing schedule we are not able to send authors copies of their edited articles for approval before publication. We reserve the right to edit any article submitted.
CUE occasionally grants permission to other publications to reprint articles. Please contact CUE to request reprint permission.
Please see separate page for rates and ad specifications.