Summer Academe volume 10 is now available.

Going forward there are several changes to the Summer Academe editorial board. Monique LaRocque and Bill Kops, original editorial board members, are stepping down after four years of service. Both were instrumental in reinventing the online version of Summer Academe. Rachel Nottingham Miller (University of Virginia) takes over from Bill Kops as the new academic editor, and John Robichaux (Columbia University) and Susanna Cowan (University of Connecticut) are new appointments to the editorial board —welcome, John and Susanna, and best wishes to Rachel in her new leadership role.

Check out the readership survey on the NAASS website. We are interested in your opinions on and suggestions for Summer Academe. Among other things, we want to know how you read the journal, what you like most and find most interesting or useful about the journal; along with your suggestions for changes and improvements?

The North American Association of Summer Sessions (NAASS), the Association of University Summer Sessions (AUSS), and the Western Association of Summer Session Administrators (WASSA) are pleased to announce Summer Academe: A Journal of Higher Education is available in an online format using the Online Journal System. Please contact the Academic Editor, Rachel Miller 

Readers can access the other 9 volumes of the journal online – search by volume, author, or title. Summer Academe has provided university and college administrators, deans and directors of summer sessions, and faculty with a source of research and best practices about summer session administration and pedagogy since 1996.  Volumes 1 through 6 were published by Caddo Gap Press, under the guidance of David Schejbal, Academic Editor.

For those interested in print copies of volumes 1-6, please contact Caddo Gap Press – 3145 Geary Boulevard, PMB 275, San Francisco, CA 94118, U.S.A. Email: alanhjones@caddogap.com

In addition to papers on current research, Summer Academe features articles on conference presentations, special topics, and media and book reviews. The added features should increase the value of the journal to readers. Summer Academe is published annually and is indexed in Educational Indexes/Abstracts and ERIC.