Published by The Center for Information and Research on Civic Learning and Engagement (CIRCLE), this free online resource contains many updates and articles of research relating to youth and civic engagement.
The Journal is a peer-reviewed publication that features relevant, methodologically sound studies of service-learning impacts and examples of innovative instruction written by experts, scholars, practitioners, and youth. The Journal is filled with important reports from a variety of perspectives and includes information that contributes to the growing literature on service-learning research. In it, you will find studies from collegiate researchers, practitioners, and youth.
IJSLE is a faculty-reviewed electronic journal offered free, semi-annually, over the World Wide Web. The Journal welcomes manuscripts based on original work of students and researchers with a specific focus or implication for service learning in engineering, engineering entrepreneurship in service, or related service learning pedagogy.
Published by citizED, and edited by Dr. Ian Davis, this e-journal is published twice in 2005 and in 2006 (July and December). During this period, with the exception of the very first issue, publication of the journal will be in the form of an E-journal, that is, in online (web browser accessible) format only.
Published by the Community College National Center tof Community Engagement (CCNCCE), The Journal for Civic Commitment is a twice-yearly online journal dedicated to growing and strengthening the discussion around service learning.
Published by the Association for Experiential Education (AAE), the Journal of Experiential Education (JEE) is published three times a year in subject areas such outdoor adventure programming, service-learning, environmental education, therapeutic applications, research and theory, the creative arts, and much more.
Published by the Institute of Higher Education and the University of Georgia, and formerly known as the Journal of Public Service and Outreach, the Journal for Higher Education Outreach and Engagement (JHEOE) is published three times a year to promote a continuing dialogue about service and outreach mission of the university and its relationship to teaching and research missions and to the needs of the sponsoring society.
The Journal of Public Scholarship in Higher Education features public scholarship—that is, academic inquiry that forms community partnerships to address shared problems, issues, and opportunities. This kind of scholarship—what many think of as Boyer’s “scholarship of engagement”—involves the community in reciprocal relationships with the university; however, it also serves to discover and disseminate new disciplinary knowledge and/or pedagogical practice.
The MJCSL is a national, peer-reviewed journal for college and university faculty and administrators, with an editorial board of faculty from many academic disciplines and professional fields at the University of Michigan and other U.S. higher education institutions. Since 1994, the Michigan Journal has endeavored to publish the highest quality research, theory, and pedagogy articles related to higher education academic service-learning.
Partnerships recognizes that successful engaged learning depends on effective partnerships between students, faculty, community agencies, administrators, disciplines, and more. The articles in this peer-reviewed journal focus on how theories and practices can inform and improve such partnerships, connections, and collaborations. Studies co-authored by faculty, students, and/or community partners; or examining practices across disciplines or campuses; or exploring international networks are all encouraged.
Announced by The Johns Hopkins Urban Health Institute with the WK Kellogg Foundation, this journal focuses on the growing field of community-based participatory research (CBPR) while promoting further collaboration and elevating the visibility and stature of CBPR as a means toward eliminating health disparities.
Reflections, a peer reviewed journal, provides a forum for scholarship on writing, service-learning and community literacy. Originally founded as a venue for teachers, researchers, students and community partners to share research and discuss the theoretical, political and ethical implications of community-based writing and writing instruction, Reflections publishes a lively collection of essays, empirical studies, interviews and reviews in a format that brings together emerging scholars and leaders in the fields of community-based writing and civic engagement.
Voluntas is the official journal of the International Society for Third-Sector Research. The journal combines full-length articles with shorter research notes (reflecting the latest developments in the field) and book reviews. It is essential reading for all those engaged in research into the Third Sector (voluntary and nonprofit organizations) including economists, lawyers, political scientists, psychologists, sociologists, and social and public policy analysts. It aims to present leading-edge academic argument around civil society issues in a style that is accessible to practitioners and policymakers.