New Edition of Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning
Posted by on November 10, 2008
We are about to release the new fall issue (volume 15, number 1) of the Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning. The table of contents is below. A one-year subscription is $22 for individuals and $28 for institutions (i.e., libraries, service-learning offices).
Ordering is simple: go to the Michigan Journal website (http://www.umich.edu/~mjcsl/) and click on “order information.”
Your subscription not only gets you the latest research, pedagogical models, and book review essays, but helps to sustain this resource that many consider to be the most important service-learning and engaged scholarship publication.
In this issue:
RESEARCH AND THEORY
“A Double-Edged Sword”: College Student Perceptions of Required High School Service-Learning by Susan R. Jones, Thomas C. Segar, and Anna L. Gasiorski
Theoretical Foundations for International Service-Learning by Robbin D. Crabtree
Charity and Social Change: The Impact of Individual Preferences on Service-Learning Outcomes by Barbara E. Moely, Andrew Furco, and Julia Reed
Service-Learning in the United States and South Africa: A Comparative Analysis Informed by John Dewey and Julius Nyerere by Julie A. Hatcher and Mabel A. Erasmus
BOOK REVIEW ESSAY
Save the World on Your Own Time
Reviewed by Dan W. Butin
More in "New Resources"
- Liberal Education: Our Pale Blue Dot, Colleges and universities have a large part to play in saving our planet
- Podcast: Building the Black Educator Pipeline
- New Report: The Effects of Community-Based Engagement in Higher Education: What We Know and Questions that Remain
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