Keywords:journal publishing, academic writing
AbstractThis editorial article is the result of a ‘swap of editorials’ between David Mathew, Editor of the Journal of Pedagogic Development (JPD) and Keith Smyth, one of the Editors of the Journal of Perspectives in Applied Academic Practice (JPAAP). We agreed that it would be a good idea to introduce each journal to the readership of the other journal, especially as both publication share common intellectual ground and a similar way of looking at the subjects of teaching and learning. Part one of our ‘editorial swap’ from David Mathew comes below, with part two by Keith Smyth forthcoming in JPD later this year.
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