Accepting submissions for the September 2018 issue of Municipal Interface
June 28, 2018
Posted by: Jacqueline O'Hara
IT World Canada is now accepting articles for the Municipal Interface September edition.
Now a modest proposal from Eric Wood from IT World Canada:
If you’re a member of MISA, or working in the municipal government space, and contributing to a technology-driven project – or if you’re not in government but participating in, contributing to, or collaborating with a smart cities project – please consider submitting an article for the next issue of Municipal Interface to email@example.com. The next issue comes out in September: That’s two months to plan, write, and edit a few pearls of wisdom and share them with your peers. Not a writer? We’re happy to help! Previous issues have included user-submitted case studies such as a City of Edmonton project to measure city air quality using smart light bulbs and a City of Calgary initiative that added chatbots to the city’s services portfolio. The planned theme is procurement; we'd like to focus on procurement tips, case studies, recommendations and lessons learned.
We are looking for:
- Columns (500 - 1000 words)
- Features (1000 - 1500 words)
We hope to hear from you soon. Meanwhile, you can check out the June 2018 issue of Municipal Interface here. To submit your article, you can contact Eric at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The deadline for submitting content is July 26th.
Municipal Interface is the national professional journal of MISA/ASIM Canada. Each publication highlights current events as well as issues facing municipal IT professionals across Canada.