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 of JALHE for examples of appropriate scholarship for this outlet.
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.