AMLE Call for Reviews of Books and Resources on Three Timely Topics

Megan Gerhardt
gerharmm@miamioh.edu

Supporting mental health and well-being, creating conversations on diversity and inclusion, and resources for the realities of teaching during the pandemic.

Academy of Management Learning & Education (AMLE) features high-quality reviews of books and resources relevant to timely issues faced by management educators. As such, we are excited to announce a call for reviews on books and resources on three timely topics: supporting mental health and well-being, creating conversations on diversity and inclusion, and resources for the realities of teaching during the pandemic. For each topic, we have a list of potential resources for review but are also open to reviewer suggestions of valuable resources they believe would be of interest to our readers. If you are interested in completing a review, please contact Megan Gerhardt (AMLE Book & Resource Review Editor) at gerharmm@miamioh.edu. Submissions are on a rolling basis, so feel free to get in touch with us now!

Supporting Mental Health & Well-Being

The pandemic has brought a range of new challenges for management educators: increased teaching loads, blurring lines of work/life balance, concern for student health and engagement during remote learning, threats to research productivity and pipelines, and more. AMLE seeks reviews of books and resources that may help our readers navigate these difficulties and support their well-being and mental health.

Possible resources for review:

We Can’t Talk About That in Class! Creating Conversations on Diversity and Inclusion in the Classroom 

Management educators have the daunting responsibility of facilitating constructive conversations about diversity and inclusion through the research they choose to pursue as well as in the classroom environment. AMLE seeks reviews of books and resources to help our audience decide how to navigate these challenges effectively. 

Possible resources for review:

Beyond Zoom: Resources for Successful Pandemic Education

Remote teaching. Hybrid classrooms. Multimodal delivery. Asynchronous versus synchronous scheduling. Now more than ever, management educators are relying on new tools and strategies to effectively engage learners. Faculty are reaching out to trusted colleagues to share new ideas, cases, articles, books, and technologies to bridge the gaps and overcome the hurdles. In the spirit of creating a collective thinktank of the best practices our readers have discovered, AMLE seeks reviews of your most valuable resources. 

Possible resources for review: