With the semester coming to a close, we are once again looking for your submissions for our next issue! We are also excited to announce that DJIM is launching prizes for its top submissions in this year’s edition! This year, prizes will be awarded for the top three submissions.
- First Place: $100
- Second Place: $75
- Third Place: $50
The prizing will be determined through the peer review process. Peer reviewers will be asked the following questions:
- Is the paper a good candidate for a Best Article award? (yes / no / maybe)
- Rate the quality of the paper on a scale of 1 – 10, where 1 is poor and 10 is exceptional.
The average of the three peer reviewers’ ratings (1 – 10) will serve as the basis for the Editorial team’s decisions.
We look forward to your submissions (deadline is January 8th, 2016)! If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us (email@example.com).
Submission instructions can be found here: https://goo.gl/pdSPbT
Congratulations to all the individuals published in this year’s edition of the Dalhousie Journal of Interdisciplinary Management!
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Congratulations again to all the published authors!
If you are interested in being published in the 2016 Edition of DJIM, you can find more information here: DJIM Submission Policies.
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Thank you to everyone who came out to the launch of Volume 9, Issue 1 on Thursday, April 4th! Despite a rocky start, the launch was a success and the executive is thankful for all the work done by volunteers to ensure the issue was published! We couldn’t do it without our wonderful volunteer peer reviewers, copyeditors, and section editors. Thank you all!
There were 9 articles published in this issue covering a wide-range of interdisciplinary management topics, from social media, sustainable construction, collaborative problem-solving, and propaganda. The articles in Vol. 9, Issue 1 include:
DJIM has a challenging year ahead and some exciting projects planned for the summer! Stay tuned as they develop and don’t forget to check out our latest issue, available online now!
The Dalhousie Journal of Interdisciplinary Management is proud to announce the publication of Volume 9, Issue 1. The articles in this issue reflect an interdisciplinary approach to management. Thank you to all the peer reviewers, student and professional, and copyeditors for all your hardwork!
The latest issue is available on our website! Look forward to our next issue to be published in the fall…
How DJIM Changed My Life by DJIM Author, Alan Chorney, MLIS Candidate 2013
No, being published in DJIM hasn’t resulted in world wide accolades, or strangers stopping me on the street to discuss my views on gamification. Unless you have a keen eye, you probably couldn’t even tell, just by looking at me, that I made it into the pages of DJIM.
And that’s okay.
DJIM didn’t change the way the world views me. DJIM changed the way I view myself. Through DJIM’s peer-review process I was able to experience first hand the way others view my writing. So often there is a disconnect between what you, as a writer, are thinking, and what ends up on the page. The peer-review process allowed me to see where I was best communicating my ideas, and where my thoughts were getting muddled by my prose. As a result, I have an easier time taking a step back from my own writing and viewing it with a critical eye. Oh, and being able to polish my work to a publication standard is a bonus as well.
Alan Chorney’s article Taking The Game Out Of Gamification appears in DJIM Vol 8, No 1 (2012)
The Dalhousie Journal of Interdisciplinary Management would like to invite you to the 2013 Spring Launch where we’ll be publishing Volume 9, Issue 1. Come celebrate with us and hear from some of our authors as they discuss their articles and experience being published in DJIM! The DJIM Exec will also be speaking about their progress and accomplishments in the past year as well as future plans.
When: Thursday, April 4th, 2013 — 12pm
Where: Kenneth C. Rowe Building, 3rd Floor, Room 3089
Light refreshments will be served!