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Journal of Community

Engagement and
Higher Education

Format
Manuscripts should be prepared
according to the guidelines of the current
Publication Manual of the American
Psychological Association (APA).

Manuscripts

Manuscripts should be double-spaced


throughout, including quotations and
references. Prepare your manuscript in
Microsoft Word. Include an abstract of no
more than 75 words in length and place it on
its own page between the title page and body
of the paper.

Author Notes
The end of the paper should be followed
with notes (acknowledgements and footnotes),
references, and author biography. Each author
should include a biography of no more than
3 sentences and contact information (address,
phone, fax, E-mail, and URL) in the un-blinded
version.

Supplementary Files
Authors may submit 2-3 electronic color
photographs (as separate files) that
demonstrate the activities or outcomes of the
community engagement activities featured in
the manuscript (JPEG or GIF files are preferred).
Non-photographic tables and figures should be
cited and imbedded in the narrative text with
titles and captions.

JCEHE

Two versions should be uploadedone


that is blinded, which should be uploaded as
the primary copy, and the other should be unblinded and uploaded as a supplemental file.

Perspectives

Insights,
Case Studies,
And
Applications
Forum

Research Notes

Book Reviews

Types of Articles Published in JCEHE

Research
and Theory

*Papers are accepted on an


ongoing basis.
**Manuscripts should be
submitted as a Microsoft Word
attachment to
http://discovery.indstate.edu/
ojs/index.php/joce/index.

he Journal of Community
Engagement and Higher
Education (JCEHE) is an online,
refereed journal concerned with
exploring community engagement and
community-based learning perspective,
research, and practice.
The JCEHE accounts of a range of
research focusing on practical and
theoretical insights and understanding,
in higher education and across the
disciplines and professions. There is a
focus on case studies emphasizing
community engagement and engaged
learning practices, methodology, and
pedagogy.
The journal aims to establish and
maintain a review of the literature of
research and practice. It also provides a
forum for dialogue on the
methodological and epistemological
issues, enabling different approaches to
be subjected to critical reflection and
analysis.

CONTACT US
Dr. Cat Stemmans Paterson
cat.paterson@indstate.edu
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