The past few years of the pandemic have made an indelible impact on the economic, social and cultural fabrics of our society. Creating and sharing new knowledge has taken on a renewed urgency as communities around the world seek to rebuild a world that meets the ever-changing needs of the times.
The Vol. 4 No. 2 (2022) of the Journal of Innovation in Polytechnic Education (JIPE) highlights five research studies from authors from across Canada and internationally. The articles provide valuable insights on responding to challenges with adaptability and resilience while shedding light on the importance of research and innovation.
Announcement: JIPE Submissions Handbook
The Journal of Innovation in Polytechnic Education (JIPE), Humber Press, Office of Research & Innovation (ORI), has compiled a comprehensive and detailed JIPE Submissions Handbook which we have the pleasure of sharing widely with our research and innovation community. You may make submissions to JIPE.ca at any time.
Announcement: Call for Papers "Indigenous Education and Research in a Polytechnic Context"
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We kindly invite authors to contribute to this issue of JIPE by sharing stories, teachings, and inter-disciplinary dialogue that centres Indigenous peoples and cultures; ways of being and becoming; theories of knowledge and knowing; and practices of teaching and learning.
Announcement: Call for Papers "Beyond Sustainability: Regenerative Design"
We seek to expand our understanding of regenerative design. Success in regenerative design is measured by the holistic improvements in health and well-being for humans, other living beings and ecosystems.
Expressions of interest (EOI) are invited for the JIPE Issue “Beyond Sustainability: Regenerative Design."
The Journal of Innovation in Polytechnic Education (JIPE) is an online, open-access journal devoted to publishing peer-reviewed papers that mobilizes knowledge generated by the global polytechnic community.
The journal features scholarly work that explores the integration of theory and practice in an authentic manner and education that fosters the innovation and entrepreneurship characteristic of the polytechnic model of education.
JIPE especially encourages contributions exploring the value of polytechnics, including: the impact of innovative teaching and learning practices that push the boundaries of traditional approaches to learning or educational delivery; inter-disciplinary approaches; the engagement of students with industry; action learning; applied learning and research outcomes.
The journal publishes original empirical papers, brief reports, case studies, review papers, and our 'micro-dissemination' option: Innovation Spotlights. The journal welcomes submissions from scholars across the polytechnic and community college sector, both within and outside of Canada.