The Journal of the Association of Veterinary Technician Educators (JAVTE), a peer-reviewed, scholarly journal, is the official publication of the Association of Veterinary Technician Educators (AVTE). Its purpose is to act as an international publication for disseminating scholarly research to people working as educators in the field of veterinary technology. The journal’s emphasis is on encouraging collaboration among veterinary technology educators through scholarly inquiry relating to the understanding and/or improvement of educational processes and outcomes, organizational issues in education, concepts of teaching and learning, and student engagement based upon research, observations, and experience relevant to the field.
AVTE Member Survey Results drive JAVTE
Topics for issues have been selected based upon the response of the AVTE membership to the 2014 JAVTE survey. The top five content items identified by the members were Best Teaching Practices, Curriculum and Instruction, Critical Thinking, Measurement, Evaluation, and Assessment, and Student Development and Learning Principles.
Submission Process and Deadlines
Papers will be reviewed using the JAVTE double-blind peer-review process and should be prepared using the JAVTE author guidelines (see Editorial Policies and Peer Review Process). Submission of papers is the author’s acknowledgement of and agreement to JAVTE’s ethical duties of the author policy.