Experiential Education and Community Engagement: Scholarship and Practice SIG 41
Experiential Education and Community Engagement: Scholarship and Practice SIG 41
SIG Purpose

1. To support members in their research agendas by providing opportunities for scholars to share current studies through presentations at the annual conference and through our on-line journal.

2. To keep members informed about current research related to service-learning and experiential education.

3. To provide opportunities for members to collaborate through emails, list serves, and our web site.
Message from SIG Chair

Hello Everyone,

Welcome to the Service-Learning and Experiential Education Special Interest Group of the American Educational Research Association. The SIG invites submissions for proposals that address the fields of service-learning and/or experiential education. 

The SIG co-sponsors the International Journal of Research on Service-Learning in Teacher Education, which can be accessed at https://ijrslte-ojs-uta.tdl.org/ijrslte/index.php/IJRSLTE. In addition, the SIG sponsors the Advances in Service-Learning Research series published by Information Age Publishing. To view past volumes in the series, visit http://infoagepub.com/series/Advances-in-Service-Learning-Research.

The SIG also hosts a Podcast every week that can be found on iTunes at: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/service-learning-and-experiential-education/id1486628215

If you would like to appear on the Podcast, please submit your information here:https://forms.gle/puHKjLwPHAA3YDEV6

Though the focus of the SIG has been primarily on service-learning, we are currently broadening our scope to better encompass the field of experiential education. We welcome submissions that are grounded in the literature on experiential education.

Best Regards, 

Amanda F. Hall, Ph.D.


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