ConneXions - A Guide for Contributors
Please note that, from March 2020, AISA will be distributing ConneXions via a monthly emailer and will no longer be providing printed copies and PDF versions. Please refer to the following link for any news updates and articles: https://aisa.or.ke/AISA-News or email firstname.lastname@example.org for any queries.
WRITING FOR CONNEXIONS: THE BASICS
ConneXions is the Association for International School’s in Africa’s (AISA) semi-annual newsletter. The overarching theme of the newsletter is, ‘Making the Connection’.
It is produced in both hard and soft copy and distributed via email to our extensive mail list, posted on the AISA web site and physically distributed to all AISA members.
The aim of ConneXions is to promote AISA as a thought leader on international education, to publicize the many learning opportunities, services and programmes offered by AISA, to connect our members with international education news and to highlight services and offerings from AISA Associates.
ConneXions: A word about our content and audience
Each edition of AISA's ConneXions newsletter contains the following:
Guidelines for Contributors to Connexions
Articles may be in the form of:
Submitting an Article: Format and Style Guidelines
In 2019/20 the Autumn edition of ConneXions will be distributed in September to the AISA Members and in November at the AISA 2019 Conference. The Spring edition will be distributed at the AISA Invitational Conference in March 2020. Submission deadlines are:
Autumn Edition: 30th July 2020
Spring Edition: 30th November 2020
Please complete your submission here
Always submit the best possible work that you can. Your article will have your name on it and is sent to a wide and varied audience. We want to ensure that your article is a true representation of your thoughts, expertise and leadership credentials, so take due care with your submission.
Please note that AISA receives many submissions and thus may not be able to publish articles that require significant English or technical edits.