Journals to Publish EPO Results

Publishing is an important way to share your results with a larger audience. Similar to your scientific research, it is also important to publish the results of your broader impact projects. In doing so, you will highlight your work, while also helping to improve awareness and quality of future broader impact projects. Below is a list of potential journals in which you can publish your broader impact work.

The National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) offers four peer-reviewed member journals:

  • Science and Children (for elementary school teachers)
  • Science Scope (for middle school teachers)
  • The Science Teacher (for high school teachers)
  • Journal of College Science Teaching

For more information about the journals, please visit the NSTA website.

The International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) offers three peer-reviewed journals:

  • Journal of Research on Technology in Education
  • Journal of Digital Learning in Teacher Education
  • Journal for Computing Teachers

For more information about the journals, please visit the ISTE website.

The American Geophysical Union (AGU) offers a weekly newspaper, Eos.

For more information about Eos, please visit the AGU website

The National Marine Educators Association (NMEA) offers Current: The Journal of Marine Education. A quarterly magazine that features in-depth articles about marine and aquatic sciences, education, history and arts.

For more information about the journals, please visit the Current website.

The National Science Education Leadership Association (NSELA) offers a peer-reviewed journal, Science Educator.

For more information please visit the Science Educator website.

The Oceanography Society (TOS) offers the society’s magazine Oceanography.

For more information, please visit the Oceanography website.

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