IDEA Papers Background
The IDEA Paper series, begun in 1979, is one of IDEA’s most recognizable resources. IDEA Papers are a national forum for the publication of peer-reviewed articles pertaining to the general areas of teaching and learning, faculty evaluation, curriculum design, assessment, and administration in higher education.
Aims and Scope
IDEA Papers publish peer-reviewed scholarly papers of a theoretical/conceptual and applied nature that contribute to the understanding of higher-education faculty teaching, evaluation, and development; and leadership evaluation and development.
Papers representing all aspects of teaching and academic leadership are welcomed including reflections, reviews of research, guidelines for effective practice, and research-based suggestions for improving teaching, student learning, and leadership. The series, however, does not publish papers whose primary purpose is to report the method and results of an empirical study.
If you are looking for additional resources to support improved teaching and student learning, look at our IDEA Notes on Instruction and our IDEA Notes on Learning.