Fwd: Search for Editorial Manager and Team for Upcoming Journal

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Charla Burnett
Sun, Mar 24, 2019 3:36 PM

Dear Participatory Mappers.

I'm emailing you to request your assistance in the recruitment of an
Editorial Board for our upcoming journal. We would like to recruit an
editorial manager who would start no later than April 1st, 2019. This
position is ideal for a junior scholar interested in the publication
process. If interested, please email our Editorial Managers Jirka Pánek <
jirkapanek@gmail.com> and Michael McCall mccall@ciga.unam.mx

If you could please pass this along to your departments and students, it
would be greatly appreciated! Thank you.

Best Regards,
Charla M. Burnett
Executive Secretary

International Society of Participatory Mapping
ISPM Journal-Managing Editor and Editorial Board

Our Executive Committee is searching for a dedicated scholars and junior
scholars to lead our new Editorial Board for a journal on participatory
mapping starting March or April 2019. The Managing Editor will be
responsible for the recruitment of the (editorial) advisory board of
experts in the field of GIS, community geography, indigenous rights, urban
and rural planning, participatory geodesign, and other subfields.

*The Editorial Board Members: *

-Review Submitted Manuscripts;
-Advise on Journal Policy and Scope;
-Identify Topics for Special Issues, which they may guest edit;
-Attract new authors and submissions;
-Act as advisers in cases of complex publishing ethics allegations;
-Ideally submit some of their own work for consideration by the journal.

For all serious inquiry, please email ISPM Executive Secretary Charla M.
Burnett at *charlaburnett89@gmail.com charlaburnett89@gmail.com. *
Mission of ISPM

The Society’s objectives are to encourage and support the development,
experimentation, evaluation, and application of participatory mapping
methods globally in order to foster interaction and research in this
scientific field, and to coordinate with other organizations in the study
of participatory processes, mapping, and quantitative analyses. The Society
places a strong emphasis on fostering opportunities between the Global
North and South in order to promote a more equal distribution of knowledge
and resources across fields, including marine and environmental planning,
urban and rural planning, public policy, counter mapping, and indigenous
rights.

These purposes are to be carried out by:

  • Facilitating global communications,
  • Providing academic assistance with ideas, methods, and contacts,
  • Sponsoring international conferences for the exchange of ideas and
    dissemination of results,
  • Encouraging special purpose workshops and student knowledge exchanges,
  • Publishing the electronic newsletter, and
  • Encouraging an environment of international colleagueship and
    friendship across the globe.

The Official Bylaws http://landscapevalues.org/ispm/ispm-bylaws-2/ outline
the organizational structure of the Society.

-- Thank you,
Charla M. Burnett

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Dear Participatory Mappers. I'm emailing you to request your assistance in the recruitment of an Editorial Board for our upcoming journal. We would like to recruit an editorial manager who would start no later than April 1st, 2019. This position is ideal for a junior scholar interested in the publication process. If interested, please email our Editorial Managers Jirka Pánek < jirkapanek@gmail.com> and Michael McCall <mccall@ciga.unam.mx> If you could please pass this along to your departments and students, it would be greatly appreciated! Thank you. Best Regards, Charla M. Burnett Executive Secretary International Society of Participatory Mapping ISPM Journal-Managing Editor and Editorial Board Our Executive Committee is searching for a dedicated scholars and junior scholars to lead our new Editorial Board for a journal on participatory mapping starting *March or April 2019*. The Managing Editor will be responsible for the recruitment of the (editorial) advisory board of experts in the field of GIS, community geography, indigenous rights, urban and rural planning, participatory geodesign, and other subfields. *The Editorial Board Members: * -Review Submitted Manuscripts; -Advise on Journal Policy and Scope; -Identify Topics for Special Issues, which they may guest edit; -Attract new authors and submissions; -Act as advisers in cases of complex publishing ethics allegations; -Ideally submit some of their own work for consideration by the journal. For all serious inquiry, please email ISPM Executive Secretary Charla M. Burnett at *charlaburnett89@gmail.com <charlaburnett89@gmail.com>. * Mission of ISPM The Society’s objectives are to encourage and support the development, experimentation, evaluation, and application of participatory mapping methods globally in order to foster interaction and research in this scientific field, and to coordinate with other organizations in the study of participatory processes, mapping, and quantitative analyses. The Society places a strong emphasis on fostering opportunities between the Global North and South in order to promote a more equal distribution of knowledge and resources across fields, including marine and environmental planning, urban and rural planning, public policy, counter mapping, and indigenous rights. These purposes are to be carried out by: - Facilitating global communications, - Providing academic assistance with ideas, methods, and contacts, - Sponsoring international conferences for the exchange of ideas and dissemination of results, - Encouraging special purpose workshops and student knowledge exchanges, - Publishing the electronic newsletter, and - Encouraging an environment of international colleagueship and friendship across the globe. The Official Bylaws <http://landscapevalues.org/ispm/ispm-bylaws-2/> outline the organizational structure of the Society. -- Thank you, Charla M. Burnett - --