Upcoming Issue Themes for The ITEA Journal

Upcoming Issue Themes for The ITEA Journal

Upcoming Themes for The ITEA Journal of Test and Evaluation


The ITEA Journal of Test and Evaluation offers a forum for sharing knowledge and ideas crucial to our changing T&E workforce. Authors can submit articles for submission with standard review and editing, or for the more lengthy ITEA peer review or referee processes. Please consider writing an article, share this document with coworkers, and provide feedback on the themes.

Please submit your contributions today to journal@itea.org , attention: Publications Chair.

Thank you in advance for your assistance,
Steve “Flash” Gordon, PhD
ITEA Publications Committee Chair 
steve.gordon@gtri.gatech.edu


Authors can submit articles for standard review and editing or for the more lengthy ITEA peer review or referee processes. Please consider writing an article, share this document with coworkers, and provide feedback. Articles of general interest to ITEA members and The ITEA Journal of Test and Evaluation readers are always welcome, and authoring these articles is a great way to contribute to our industry.

Submission

The ITEA Journal offers a forum for sharing knowledge and ideas crucial to our changing T&E workforce. Please submit your contributions today to journal@itea.org, attention: Publications Chair. Manuscript guidelines are found at www.itea.org under Share and Publications tabs.  Dr. Steve Gordon (steve.gordon@gtri.gatech.edu)

Articles for The ITEA Journal include specialty features, each 2-3 pages long, and key technical articles:

  • Book Reports for T&E or related topics such as systems engineering, scientific principles, and acquisition.
  • Featured Capability describes unique, innovative capabilities; demonstrates how they support T&E.
  • Historical Perspectives recall how T&E was performed in the past or a significant test or achievement, often based on personal participation in the “old days” of T&E.
  • Tech Notes discusses innovative technology that has potential payoff in T&E applications or could have an impact on how T&E is conducted in the future.
  • Cultivating the T&E Workforce addresses the future of T&E by looking for ways to encourage students to pursue and remain in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics courses and majors, and for innovations in professional education for the T&E workforce.
  • T&E Range Challenges Related to Fauna, Flora, and Civilian Activities addresses range encroachment. Papers will be accepted for this topic during any issue in order to judge interest. 
  • Scientific Methods in T&E solicits articles on innovations in statistical/mathematical methods for T&E.
  • Peer-Reviewed Articles. Authors may submit articles designated to be peer-reviewed. The process usually takes 30 extra days.  These peer-reviewed articles will be highlighted in The ITEA Journal

Upcoming Themes for The ITEA Journal of Test and Evaluation