Horizons’ specialist panel
Having a wealth of experience in different types of Outdoor Learning at our finger tips is very useful both for the editor of Horizons and authors. It is a way to help ensure the stories we publish are up to date, well structured and useful to our readers.
What does a panel member do?
The editor shares articles with panel members with associated specialisms, this is a useful way to extend and refine articles. Sometimes panel members will work directly with authors, on other occasions the panel will respond to editor's questions about an article, or to editor call outs (for example, sending in questions to ask an author).
Thinking of joining our specialist panel?
Get to know Horizons, our approach and the types of articles we publish. Read the role information and keep your eyes peeled for call outs for new panel members. We do accept ad hoc applications if you’re really keen and we have a specialism gap.
To apply please submit a c.v. and covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org or contact the IOL office on 01228 564580 to discuss further.
Read more about what our panel members are expected to do.
Get to know Horizons before you apply to join the Panel.
See what’s already been written about your specialism.