Programmatic Perspectives is the journal of CPTSC, and it publishes articles related to programmatic issues in technical, professional, and/or scientific communication. Started in 2009, Programmatic Perspectives fills a unique niche in the publishing landscape with its emphasis on issues related to programs.
The editors of Programmatic Perspectives regard the journal as a
- journal shared by a community
- forum for the exchange of ideas and scholarship pertaining to technical, professional, and scientific communication and related pedagogy and program administration
- living classroom for teaching the scholastic, writing, and editorial practices that the technical, professional, and scientific communication community recognizes, accepts, and applies to scholarship.
Book Review Editor:
- Russell Kirkscey, Penn State Harrisburg
The Council of Programs in Technical and Scientific Communication (CPTSC) requires the following agreements of prospective authors.
- Authors acknowledge that their submission is original material, not previously published, and not under simultaneous consideration by any other publication
- Authors grant the CPTSC permission to publish the submission in Programmatic Perspectives. Authors acknowledge that Programmatic Perspectives is an online publication, and that the submission will thus be available in that form indefinitely
The CPTSC grants colleges, universities, and libraries permission to use materials published in Programmatic Perspectives free of charge for educational purposes.
University of Nebraska – Omaha
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Isidore Kafui Dorpenyo
George Mason University
Texas Tech University (emeritus)
University of Florida
Karla Saari Kitalong
Michigan Technological University
University of South Florida
Milwaukee School of Engineering
Aimee Kendall Roundtree
Texas State University
Louisiana Tech University
Georgia Southern University
Oslo Metropolitan University