The TIA Editorial Board serves to oversee the general health and prosperity of the journal. It helps set policies, procedures, strategic directions, and other issues relevant to the flourishing of the publication. As such, Board members have extensive experience in education development and generally with the state of academic publishing.
The Editorial Board is advisory to the current TIA Editor(s) and, ultimately, to the POD network and its leadership.
The TIA Editorial Board consist of at least six (6) members, to include the following:
TIA Editors oversee the process by which at-large members of the Editorial Board are selected. At-large members serve four-year terms.
TIA is currently not soliciting self-nominations for the Editorial Board at-large member positions.