International Journal for Academic Development Article of the Year Award: Winning Papers
The International Journal for Academic Development Article of the Year award was created in 2013 to honour the best article published in IJAD each year, as judged by a panel of academic development experts from the IJAD editorial board.
IJAD is the official journal of the International Consortium for Educational Development (ICED). The award is sponsored by ICED and comes with one complimentary registration for the biennial Conference. In addition, Taylor & Francis kindly make the Article of the Year and the shortlisted articles free for one year. Please view the shortlisted papers in the Article of the Year Shortlist Collection.
The Article of the Year is selected based on the following quality criteria:
The style and form of the article make it accessible to a readership of academic developers and others who are not necessarily familiar with or expert in the topic.
Takes into account the multiple and varied contexts in which academic development is practised.
Articulates a robust and defensible research process OR constitutes a creative and imaginative theoretical contribution.
Produces original and/or innovative insights that excite or challenge the reader.
Contributes to reorienting or shifting the boundaries of the field.
Laura Cruz, Elizabeth Dickens, Anna L. Bostwick Flaming, and Lindsay B. Wheeler (2022) are the winners of the IJAD 2022 Article of the Year Award for “Embracing complexity: an inclusive framework for the scholarship of educational development”, International Journal for Academic Development, 27(1), 45-57, DOI: 10.1080/1360144X.2021.1901102.
Click here to read the full judges' citation and to view the years the prizes were awarded.