Welcome to SPACE, an online student journal that promotes student service-learning and civic engagement experiences in metropolitan Chicago

SPACE Volume 3, Issue 2!

SPACE invites students to submit manuscripts about their service-learning and civic engagement experiences. Our goal is to publish scholarly and reflective writing that enlightens service-learning and civic engagement practitioners and scholars about student experiences that extend beyond the classroom and into communities.

Implementing the Sociocultural Theory While Teaching ESL,” Michele S. Lee, Northeastern Illinois University (Over 4,000 Downloads since September 2015!)

Topics of Interest: Aging, Children and Youth, Community Development, Community Organizing, Criminal Justice, Diversity, Environment, Food Access, Housing & Homelessness, Immigrants & Refugees, Public Education, Public Policy, and Social Justice. ~ Most Popular Papers!

SPACE Volume 2, Issue 1, 2016 

SPACE is seeking submissions from students who seek to extend their learning through reflection, by connecting their experiences to extant research, and/or by conducting their own research through their civic experiences.  All papers that reflect a service-learning or civic engagement course experience will be considered.

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