National Society for Experiential Education (NSEE) is a nonprofit membership association of educators, businesses, and community leaders. Founded in 1971, NSEE also serves as a national resource center for the development and improvement of experiential education programs nationwide.

 

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43rd NSEE Annual Conference
September 29 - October 1, 2014

Royal Sonesta Harbor Court
Baltimore, Maryland
 

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Southern Regional Institute
Florida State University
Tallahassee, FL
July 22 - 24, 
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43rd Annual Conference 

Civic Engagement & Global Learning for the 21st Century

  

September 29 - October 1, 2014

  

Royal Sonesta Harbor Court Baltimore Hotel

 Baltimore, Maryland

 

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2014 NSEE Award Nominations

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NSEE Book - Strengthening Experiential Education: A New Era (Book 2 - 01/29/2014)


Call for Manuscripts: Extended Deadline
Journal of Applied Learning in Higher Education
Volume 6 

 

The National Society for Experiential Education has been invited to submit academic papers to the Journal of Applied Learning in Higher Education (CALHE).  NSEE members are invited to submit a manuscript based on their area of interest for consideration for publication in the sixth volume of the Journal of Applied Learning in Higher Education.  This call for papers is open to NSEE members, faculty at NSEE member schools, and all presenters at the CALHE conference:  plenary sessions, concurrent sessions, posters, panel discussions, and workshops. The Journal has a limited space for manuscripts not presented at CALHE so papers from NSEE members will be considered for this publication.

Aims and Scope

The Journal of Applied Learning in Higher Education (JALHE) serves the international and interdisciplinary community of scholars engaged in applied learning at institutions of higher education. Its purpose is to advance scholarship on applied learning by providing an outlet for empirical, theoretical, and interpretive work related to this pedagogical practice. At present, the journal is published annually. Topics may focus on assessment or evaluation of the quality of applied learning, the development or administration of applied learning programs, representing and valuing applied learning for promotion and tenure processes, the relationship between applied learning practice and student learning outcomes, or related issues. Presentations that are data- or theory-driven and are of interest to an interdisciplinary audience will be given the highest consideration. We discourage submissions that merely describe a particular applied learning experience.  Authors should consult the current edition and previous editions of JALHE (at https://www.missouriwestern.edu/appliedlearning/journal/) for examples of appropriate scholarship for this publication. 

Peer Review Policy 

All papers submitted to JALHE undergo a rigorous peer review process, beginning with an initial screening by the editor prior to an anonymous review by at least two independent experts.  The editor will convey a final decision to the author, along with constructive feedback from the two reviewers. 

Submission Instructions 

Submit manuscripts of up to 5000 words (excluding tables, figures, author note, and references) to rosenauer@missouriwestern.edu by May 30, 2014 JULY 15, 2014Manuscripts should be submitted as a single Microsoft Word document and should follow current (6th ed.) American Psychological Association (APA) Publication Guidelines.  Manuscripts should be properly blinded to facilitate review process.  Email or phone Rosenauer for additional information or assistance in preparing and submitting your manuscript. 


 

Check Out What CAS Says About Internships & Service Learning

 

The Council for Advancement of Standards in Higher Education (CAS) now has a link to their most current version of standards so that member associations can link to the most current version of the standard of interest.  NSEE has obtained the link to Internships and Service-Learning.   Please click below to review these standards.

Internships:  http://www.cas.edu/store_product.asp?prodid=63

Service Learning Programs: 
http://www.cas.edu/store_product.asp?prodid=72

 


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