December 7, 2017

Paper proposals sought for service-learning and international engagement journal

Proposals are being accepted for the fifth volume of Purdue Journal of Service-Learning and International Engagement.

Abstracts or completed articles are accepted on a rolling basis. However, in order for an article to be published in the fall 2018 issue of the journal, abstracts should be submitted by Feb. 1 and completed articles by March 1 to the journal website at http://docs.lib.purdue.edu/pjsl/. Those received after the deadlines will be considered for the following issue in 2019.

Faculty and staff are encouraged to share this information with students who may be interested in publishing an article and are also encouraged to mentor a student writing an article.

Article types 

* Reflective essay is a student-authored description of a community engagement project (2,000-3,500 words).

* Research with reflection is a student-authored research article that may be secondarily co-authored by a faculty member or community partner describing an engagement project using quantitative, qualitative or mixed methods research methodology (2,000-3500 words).   

* Community partner snapshot is a student-authored description of a community partner/organization and the service opportunities for students and faculty within the organization (800-1,000 words).

* Faculty profile interview is a student-authored interview with a faculty member involved in service-learning and/or community engagement initiatives (1,000- 2,000 words).

For more information, contact the Patricia Darbishire, editor, at darbishi@purdue.edu or visit the PJSL website


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