If you have exceptional writing skills, expertise in education or e-learning and would like to share your knowledge with a growing education audience, we’d love to hear from you.

Please take some time to review this entire page — it should answer any question you have about what kind of content we’re looking for and how the submission process works.

Need-to-knows for Every Post We Publish

Successful guest contributions are well written, comprehensive, data-driven, and interesting posts that teach our readers something important about the world of education. We mainly look for articles covering anything related to online learning and education, education technology, e-safety and any other aspects of education like teaching/learning strategies, latest research and developments.

We also look for a few things in everything we publish:

  • Original concepts, compelling arguments, and high-quality writing. We will not republish anything that’s been published elsewhere.
  • Proper attribution of data, quotations, and outside content referenced in the article.
  • No more than one link to your company’s website in the body of the post.
  • Useful images or graphics to enhance the content.
  • Your author bio with a short brief about your background.

How to become a regular contributor

If you are interested in publishing articles on a weekly basis, we offer an authorship scheme.

You can sign up for a monthly subscription with us and we will set up your individual author profile with your photo (minimum 200×200 pixels). You can add information about yourself and use it to promote your work elsewhere. You will receive access to your profile, which enables you to publish your articles (one article per week). However, for quality and safety purposes we will check each article before it goes live on our blog.

You can end your subscription at any time and we will take down your author profile, but your articles will still remain available on our blog.

Ideally we’re looking for articles with at least 500 words. The style can vary, see examples here:

  • Research / Analysis: If you are an educator or researcher yourself or you want to share research evidence/an analysis you consider important, please share it in your article with relevant data/infographics and references. Share your valuable insights with the community in writing and send it over/publish it on your author profile. These posts should include your collected data, actionable takeaways, and thorough descriptions of the process.
  • Canonical: These articles should provide in-depth and hands-on tactical guidance that is supported by relevant examples, original quotes, and current data. When readers finish this type of post, they should be able to plan their procedure of implementation or come up with their own strategy.
  • Tutorials: These posts rely heavily on screen shots, an infographic or SlideShare created by the author. Usually, they feature a few paragraphs of introduction, the embedded media itself, and a brief description of each section, e.g. for each graphic add a short paragraph providing background information. Here you can display how to use an educational app or software for example.

These three formats are the most common, however, we do also publish posts that may not fall into any of those categories, if we find them useful for our audience.

What We Won’t Accept

  • Anything that’s already been covered before. Please do a search of our site before submitting/publishing your articles.
  • Anything that doesn’t contain any valuable information and only serves the purpose of  link-building.
  • Anything that focuses on promoting your company or organization.
  • Anything that’s offensive, inaccurate or copied.
  • Anything that only promotes certain opinions without any grounds to stand on.

How to Submit Your Post if you’re not subscribed

Please use the contact form below mentioning the following in your message:

  • Title and brief paragraph about the main outline.
  • Word count
  • Possible graphics/images you’ll provide

I will then get back to you and if I approve please send the following to me:

  • Your completed post as a Google Doc or Word Doc.
  • Image files (with attribution) in a separate folder.
  • Short author bio including a maximum of one anchor text link to your own website.

I will respond to let you know your article has been published with the link for you to use. That process may take up to 2 weeks.

The Not-So-Fine Print

  • We cannot allow you to republish your guest post to your own blog or any other platform after we have published it. However, your free to share it like crazy with your social media audience.
  • We reserve the right to edit and adapt your guest blog content as we see fit, and update it in the future for accuracy and comprehensiveness.
  • We reserve the right to include relevant links within our UK Education Blog to articles.