The fall 2016 issue of the Michigan Journal for Community Service-Learning has been released. With this issue, the Michigan Journal is now open access (there will be no longer be a 12-month embargo period for the latest issue) and is only available digitally. You can find current articles (and browse past issues/articles) at the Journal's new Website: https://quod.lib.umich.edu/m/mjcsl/
The Michigan Journal publishes some of the best research on service-learning and engaged scholarship. We encourage you to take advantage of this opportunity to view the latest issue online.
Sample titles from this issue:
Cultivating Practitioners of Democratic Civic Engagement (Keith)
The Counter-Normative Effects of Service-Learning: Fostering Attitudes toward Social Equality through Contact and Autonomy (Brown, Wymer, & Cooper)
Learning From and With Community Organizations to Navigate the Tensions of Democratic Engagement (Whitney, Muse, Harrison, Edwards, and Clayton)