The IJRSLCE is currently seeking articles/manuscripts for its 2014 issue for publication in fall 2014. Types of articles and manuscripts sought include:
Research Articles reporting on the findings from empirical studies of service-learning, community engagement and/or related civic education and civic engagement efforts. Research articles should be well-grounded in the relevant research literature and present well-designed methodology, evidence-based findings based on quantitative or qualitative research. Articles must be research-based and linked to broader theoretical or research-based questions; those that are primarily program descriptions or descriptions of service-learning/community engagement practices will not be accepted.
Theoretical or Conceptual Articles examining the theoretical or conceptual bases of service-learning and civic engagement.
Review Articles. Including reports of meta-analyses, that take a critical look at findings and practices in the fields of service-learning and community engagement to assess the state of knowledge in the field and/or the significance of existing literature.
Book Reviews. The Journal will also welcomes reviews (1500 words or less) of recent publications in the field that advance the study and research of service-learning and community engagement.
To access the journal and view articles or to submit an article for consideration, please go to the website for the International Journal of Research on Service-Learning and Community Engagement