Journal of Experiential Learning and Research
ceLEARN works to promote the essence and practice of experiential learning and research.
The Journal of Experiential Learning and Research (JELR) is a peer-reviewed, scholarly journal presenting a diverse range of articles in subject areas such as experiential learning, learning through work-based internship, volunteer work, service learning, grassroots-level sustainable development experiences, therapeutic applications, research and theory, the creative arts, cross-cultural and eco-travelling, outdoor adventure programming, and much more.
Vision and Mission:
To provide a platform for young independent university student learners, development workers, interns, volunteers and travellers to publish their articles and experiences and reach the wider global community.
Aims, purpose and scope:
Initial editions are focussed on India and Asia. The editors are pleased to receive articles that are based upon new material drawn from field work, experiences and archival data, and which also present an original theoretical argument, interpretation or analysis.
Submissions are open around the year.
Type of Submissions:
Learning experiences, internship and volunteer work experiences, travel experiences, research articles, business plans, case studies, reviews, etc. Articles for submission can vary between 3000-8000 words apart from the charts, figures or/and, illustrations.
Deadlines and Application dates:
We have a rolling submissions policy with publications typically released each summer. We encourage students to submit any time of the year to be included.
How to Apply:
If you are interested in becoming a reviewer, submitting a research paper or have any questions about our editorial policies, please write to email@example.com or see journal.celearn.org for more information.
It was a valuable cross-cultural learning experience to undertake a medical field research with support of local public health officials and doctors in association with EduCARE India. – Magdelena, a 2014 Intern
CEEL and EduCARE India provided me an excellent platform for a short-term ecological research related to my degree requirements. – Claire, 2015
Wonderful places, people and projects to learn from wonderful supportive people that exceeded my expectations.
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