A career and self development magazine targeted to African-American students and other students of color seeking information on careers, job opportunities, graduate/professional school, internships/co-ops, study abroad programs, etc. The magazine is distributed on over 800 campuses nationwide, primarily through the career services office.
Since 1993, the Journal of Applied Research in the Community College (JARCC) has served the institutional research and planning professionals in community colleges. JARCC is a semi-annual peer-reviewed journal that features articles relating to the integration of research and theory to practice in community colleges. The journal provides an intellectual space to communicate innovative practices in applied research that supports educational and administrative decision-making at the institutional, state, and national levels.
Studies in Graduate and Professional Student Development is a peer-reviewed book series designed to provide a platform for the discussion of the research, issues, and programs that address the professional development of graduate and professional students. Areas to be addressed include:
Research on teaching, professional development, curricula, assessment and evaluation, training, certification, and career planning and outcomes
As the official journal of the Association on Higher Education And Disability, the JPED serves as a resource to our members and other professionals dedicated to the advancement of full participation in higher education for persons with disabilities. The Journal is the leading forum for scholarship in the field of postsecondary disability support services.
The International Journal of Process Education is a peer-reviewed international journal published annually by the Academy of Process Educators. It also serves as an archival media for a community of practice encompassing scholars and educators dedicated to transforming higher education.
Student Success (previously titled the International Journal of the First Year in Higher Education) is a biannual, open access, peer-reviewed academic journal with one issue linked to the International STARS Conference
This Journal provides the opportunity to disseminate current research and innovative good practices about students’ tertiary learning experiences.
Researchers, tertiary teachers and professional staff who are advancing student learning, success and retention in the tertiary sector are encouraged to submit.
Provides practical strategies for supporting student learning and success. Articles on a variety of topics related to student transitions are welcome, especially those focusing on:
* Teaching strategies in the first college year
* Strategies for addressing the sophomore, senior, and transfer transitions
* Proven institutional initiatives
* Strategies for assessing student learning, experiences, programs, and courses
* Exploration of transition issues related to campus type
Initially published quarterly to highlight those aspects of the teaching assistantship which prepare graduate students for the multiple roles they play as assistants as well as for the multiple roles they will play as professionals upon leaving graduate school. The full range of issues involved in the administration of teaching assistant programs were addressed in the journal. Volume 1 was published from the Fall 1993 through Spring 1994, and is presented here with all issues bound in one number.
The goal of the journal is to provide a mechanism for the rapid dissemination of new ideas about advising and for ongoing discourse about advising issues. Toward this goal, articles in the journal are published continuously. Each article is archived and is accessible online indefinitely.
The Journal of Basic Writing is a national refereed print journal founded in 1975 by Mina Shaughnessy, who served as the journal's first editor. JBW is published twice a year with support from the Office of Academic Affairs of the City University of New York. Basic writing, a contested term since its initial use by Shaughnessy in the 1970s, refers to the field concerned with teaching writing to students not yet deemed ready for first-year composition.