SEDA Specials is a series of relatively short monographs on up-to-the-minute topics in higher education at a price designed to facilitate wide circulation among lecturers and support staff. They bring you the distilled experience and opinions of leading practitioners in a form which is designed to facilitate easy assimilation by hard-pressed staff. SEDA Specials provide stimulus for both a greater understanding of developments in higher education as well as improving professional practice.

SEDA Specials are limited to 50 pages, 20,000 words. The SEDA Papers committee referees ideas and proposals, uses an Advisory Editor during production, and referees again before publication. They were first published in 1997, and there are now (2021) 44 in the series.

Ever thought of writing or editing a SEDA Paper or SEDA Special?

Do you have an idea but don’t know where to go from there? Potential titles and themes of Papers and Specials can be suggested to Becky Turner, Chair of SEDA Papers committee, or via the SEDA Office. Members of the Papers Committee will be happy to discuss potential proposals by email or over the phone. When you are ready to submit your ideas formally, the information must be supplied in the initial proposals proforma.

SEDA Papers and Specials: Guidelines for Authors

Proposal Proforma

Note on publication orders

All SEDA publications will be provided as a downloadable .pdf once purchase has completed.

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