The Liminal: Interdisciplinary Journal of Technology in Education
The Liminal is an open access peer-reviewed journal. All accepted submissions will be published on Digital Commons of the University of Denver.
The next edition of The Liminal is currently under consideration and is tentatively scheduled for Spring 2023.
The Liminal publishes open access peer-reviewed papers, case studies, reflections on current issues, reviews of books, reviews of games, comments on articles and discussions related to the mission of the journal. This online open access journal may remain in a state of perpetual beta just like technology and education are.
The publication language of the journal is English with selected pieces translated into French. We encourage inclusion of bilingual terms, quotes and references.
**The Liminal journal is officially indexed on UPenn.edu, CFPList, Paperleap, H-Net, BrownWalker, WikiCFP, and other calls for papers academic databases.
Current Issue: Volume 1, Issue 1 (2019)
Kae Novak and Sherry Jones
Articles Discussing a Construct
Not All 'Fake News' Is Equal: How Should Higher Education Respond to Fake News and in the post-Truth Era
Thomas E. Keefe
Fake News and STEM
Giving Faculty A Public Voice: Higher Education Must Incentivize its Faculty to Publicly Disseminate their Ideas
Grant K. Kimberlin
Articles on Pedagogy
Teaching Rhetorical Segmentation as a Countermeasure to Post-Truth in the Composition Classroom
Engagement Beyond Fact-Checking: Ciceronian Stasis Theory as a Response to Fake News
David Charles Maynard
Algorithms of oppression: Safiya Umoja Noble’s powerful exploration of search engines’ underlying hegemony and their racist, sexist practices.
Shelly A. Galliah
Review of The Textbook and the Lecture: Education in the Age of New Media by Norm Friesen