The MJCSL is a national, peer-reviewed journal for college and university faculty and administrators, focusing on academic service-learning, campus-community partnerships and faculty engaged scholarship. Past issues freely accessible. Current issue available for a fee.
This international, peer-reviewed journal publishes original research focused on effective institutional-community partnerships in the hope of disseminating methodologies and pedagogical approaches that lead to effective community-identified outcomes.
This new, peer-reviewed, multidisciplinary journal accepts scholarly and reflective work by undergraduate students. Supported through the Center for Service Learning and Community-Based Research at Pennsylvania State University, Berks.
This peer-reviewed journal publishes case studies of community engagement initiatives, analyses of the policies, and reflective essays. A forum for academics, practitioners and community representatives to discuss the impacts and implications of university-community engagement.
A bi-monthly journal that focuses on issues from gender-balanced and racially diverse perspectives. Subjects include:school-to-work programs, community economic development, health and social services.
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