From the Executive Editor
This is a year of new beginnings. After celebrating our 25th anniversary, AIAEE is ready to tackle the challenges as we move the organization forward. The journal is no exception. As our universities, organizations, and institutions struggle with financial resources, it is imperative that we find more efficient ways to serve our membership.
I am pleased to provide an update on the JIAEE transition to CyperPress. I believe that you will find the journal easier to search and access. JIAEE is now available at http://www.aiaee.org. The current volume will be password protected, but all past issues will be available to you through this site. As we transition to an electronic journal, we will provide a Kinko’s “Print on Demand” this year by request.
AIAEE membership includes a subscription to the electronic journal. Payments can be made online through a secure website using a credit card (5% processing fee) at http://www.aiaee.org/subscribe.html. You can print the form and return via print/mail copy with a check to the treasurer, Dr. Mark Erbaugh. Once payment is confirmed, you will be added to the database and a user name and password will be provided. You will be able to update your profile and change this information once you log in the first time.
We are excited to offer library subscribers broader access. Libraries will register their IP range such that all users from any computer in that library (or campus) will have full access to the site without logging in. These services will allow us to reach those interested in international agricultural and extension education throughout the world. I am very pleased to be a part of this organization.
Kim E. Dooley, Executive Editor
Journal of International Agricultural and Extension Education