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Journal of Military Experience

The JME publishes prose, poetry, scholarship, and artwork with two aims: Providing veterans with a venue for creative expression and sustaining a dialogue that will help bridge the gap between military and civilian cultures. View the current call for submissions at www.militaryexperience.org/submissions

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Journal of Retracing Africa

The Journal of Retracing Africa (JORA) is a peer-reviewed, African studies journal that welcomes submissions of original, previously unpublished manuscripts on a broad thematic and chronological range. JORA is committed to publishing articles that provide theoretically informed analysis on the social, economic, cultural, and political transformation of African societies during the precolonial, colonial, and postcolonial periods. It aims at deconstructing misconceived, mistaken, and missing narratives on Africa and Africans, thus providing a holistic appreciation of the African experience.

The Journal of Retracing Africa (JORA) invites you to: Review Books, Review Articles, Submit Articles, To be a Guest on Specific Topics

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Kentucky Journal of Excellence in College Teaching and Learning (College of Education)

The Kentucky Journal for Excellence in College Teaching and Learning is a peer - reviewed electronic Journal sponsored by the Kentucky Council for Post Secondary Education Faculty Development Group. The Journal is published by the College of Education, Eastern Kentucky University. General categories for articles include theory, research, and practice. In addition, the Journal will publish manuscripts containing book or media reviews, profiles, and commentary. The Journal targets the professional development of college and university faculty within the Commonwealth of Kentucky. Its primary goal is to enhance student learning by promoting excellence in teaching in higher education institutions in Kentucky. Its presence will also serve to further a national and international awareness of teaching and learning issues and best practices in higher education.

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ninepatch: A Creative Journal for Women and Gender Studies

Like the quilt pattern it’s named for, ninepatch: A Creative Journal for Women & Gender Studies gathers the work of emerging and experienced artists who have chosen different patterns and forms, all expressive in individual ways, yet similar in their main purpose. ninepatch strives to express gender in all of its forms, through words, images, sounds, movement, mixed media, or other types of human experience that can be reproduced in an online format.

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Occupational Therapy Doctorate Capstone Projects (Occupational Therapy)

The Doctor of Occupational Therapy (OTD) Program is an advanced, post-professional online program designed to create occupation-based practitioners who will be ethical leaders of change in occupational therapy services for diverse populations. Graduates will serve in leadership roles, affect educational and health care policy, and act as catalysts for excellence in intervention settings in order to better meet the needs of occupational therapy consumers.

One of the final, culminating experiences in the OTD Program is the capstone project, which demonstrates a synthesis of OTD program outcomes. Incorporating principles of evidence-based and occupation-based practice, students address a specific healthcare problem or health outcome and implement practice changes that improve health care, health care delivery, or health-related outcomes. The project is a faculty-guided scholarly experience that provides evidence of critical thinking, and the ability to apply research principles through problem identification, proposal development, implementation, and evaluation of a solution to a practice problem. Capstone projects may take a number of forms, but the final product provides evidence of scholarship and mastery in the areas of leadership, research methods, and practice improvement.

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PRISM: A Journal of Regional Engagement (Office of Regional Stewardship)

PRISM: A Journal of Regional Engagement is an exciting new journal devoted to promoting a culture of engagement between the university and region through the creation, application, and integration of knowledge. PRISM is multi-disciplinary, publishing quality, peer-reviewed research articles, case studies and applied research articles, and reflections across the full range of disciplinary perspectives. Similarly, PRISM welcomes all forms of analysis and methodologies.

We are proud to announce our Fall 2013 issue of PRISM is now available.

We are currently accepting manuscripts for our unthemed Fall 2014 issue.

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