New edition of online journal Partnerships now available
This spring 2017 issue of Partnerships offers new perspectives and research on enduring matters for service-learning scholars and practitioners. The three articles tackle distinct areas of concern: co-curricular service to complement academic service-learning, international service-learning, and curriculum development. The books reviewed in this issue confront the “why” of our engaged work, even as we regularly strive to disseminate the best possible practices within engaged scholarship.
The open access, peer-reviewed journal is hosted by the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and edited by UNCG’s Dr. Spoma Jovanovic. The Spring 2017 edition is available online here.
List of Articles:
Creating Intentional Paths to Citizenship: An Analysis of Participation in Student Organizations (Julianne Gassman, Jennifer M. Beck, Jonathan Klein)
Developing Compassionate and Socially Responsible Global Citizens through Interdisciplinary, International Service-Learning (Sara Fry, Aileen Hale, Kelli Soll, Christopher Bower, Adiya Jaffari)
Bringing innovation theory to practice in a program model for collaborative knowledge building: The Curriculum Fellows Program (Laura Barbas-Rhoden, Beate Brunow, Sydnie Mick)
The political classroom: Evidence and ethics in democratic education (reviewed by Vincent Russell)
Public participation for 21st century democracy (reviewed by Jeanette Musselwhite)
Engaged research and practice: Higher education and the pursuit of the public good (reviewed by Kathleen E. Edwards)
Partnerships continues to accept manuscripts on a rolling basis. The journal seeks articles examining the processes and outcomes of partnerships in the context of service-learning and civic engagement. Visit the Call for Manuscripts to learn more.