Announcing Volume 20, Number 1 of the Michigan Journal

Posted by on November 18, 2013

Announcing Volume 20, Number 1 of the Michigan Journal

Since 1994, The Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning (MJCSL) has been the premier national, peer-reviewed journal publishing articles written by faculty and service-learning educators on research, theory, pedagogy, and other issues related to academic (curriculum-based) service- learning and community-engaged scholarship in higher education. The Michigan Journal, published by the University of Michigan’s Edward Ginsberg Center for Community Service and Learning, contributes to the national dialogue on community engagement.

We are pleased to announce that the Fall Issue (Volume 20 Number 1) of The Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning is about to be released. The yearly subscription rate for Volume 20, which includes both the Fall and Spring issues (released respectively in November, 2013 and April, 2014), is $29.00. Shipping is included in the price except for Canada ($5) and International addresses ($20).

Volume 20 Number 1 includes the following articles:

–   Community as Teacher Model: Health Profession Students Learn Cultural Safety from an Aboriginal Community (Cathy Cline, William Godolphin, Gagun Chhina, and Angela Towle)
–   The Relationship between Service-Learning and Degree Completion (Kelly Lockeman and Lynn Pelco)
–   Act Local or Global?: Comparing Student Experiences in Domestic and International Service-Learning Programs (Elizabeth Niehaus and Lena Kavaliauskas Crain)
–   Do University Communications About Campus-Community Partnerships Reflect Core Engagement Principles? (Christy Kayser Arrazattee, Marybeth Lima, and Lisa Lunday)
–   Book Review Essays, including one by Dwight Giles, University of Massachusetts Boston and and Janet Eyler, Vanderbilt University, as well as one by Darcy Lear, University of Chicago.

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