TIEE became available through the ESA website in 2003 and received support from the National Science Foundation between 2000-2008. It is designed to improve ecology teaching by helping undergraduate faculty include more student-active teaching approaches in ecology courses, both in lecture and in lab. TIEE evolved through discussions in the Education Section of ESA. For this reason - and because TIEE relies on ecologists for submissions, reviews, evaluation, and new ideas - it is a community effort.
We are currently seeking submissions of Experiments and Issues for the next volume of TIEE (Issues can be either Figure Sets or Data Sets). We will not be accepting submissions of Research papers for the current volume. Authors of research papers should consider submitting them to Ecosphere. Submissions will undergo review, and if accepted, will become a part of a peer-reviewed publication of educational materials offered through ESA. Anticipated time between submission and initial decision is 6 weeks.
Please submit in Word (DOC) format to (email@example.com).
If you have any questions please contact Christopher Beck, Lead editor (firstname.lastname@example.org).