Studies in Continuing Education
Studies in Continuing Education
Journal Title: Studies in Continuing Education
ISSN: 0158-037X
ISSN Online: 1470-126X
Publication Frequency: 3 issues per year
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Aim & Scope:

Studies in Continuing Education is a scholarly journal concerned with all aspects of continuing, professional and lifelong learning. It aims to be of special interest to those involved in:

continuing professional education adults learning staff development training and development human resource development Studies in Continuing Education publishes material which will contribute to improving practice in the field of continuing education and of bringing theory and practice into closer association. Contributions are sought on all aspects of the field. These include: accounts of new initiatives, discussions of key issues, review articles, reports of research and development, and reflections on theory and practice. Papers drawing upon any one or more perspectives on the field are welcome. Of particular interest are contributions from practitioners in any area who may wish to engage in critical reflection on their own practices. Book reviews and reviews of other published material are also included. All papers in this journal have undergone rigorous double-blind peer review, based on initial editor screening and anonomymised refereeing by at least two independent expert referees.

Subjects Covered & Scope: Adult Education and Lifelong Learning; Education; Supplementary material
Editor Board:
Editors:
 
Professor David Boud - Deakin University, University of Technology, Sydney, and Middlesex University.
Professor NickySolomon -  Dean, University Graduate School, University of Technology Sydney, Australia

Book Review Editor:
 
Dr Donna Rooney - Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, University of  Technology Sydney, Australia

Editorial Board:

Stephen Brookfield - University of St Thomas, USA
Philip Candy - University of Southern Queensland, Australia
Ronald M Cervero - University of Georgia, USA
Chris Duke -  RMIT University, Australia and National Institute for Adult Continuing Education, UK
Tara Fenwick - University of Sterling, Scotland
Salvaram Gopinathan - National Institute of Education, Singapore
Mechthild Hart - DePaul University, USA
Joy Higgs - University of Sydney, Australia
Annikki Järvinen - University of Tampere, Finland
Christopher Knapper - Queens University, Canada
Victoria Marsick - Columbia University, USA
Nod Miller - University of East London, UK
Sharan Merriam - University of Georgia, USA
Michael Newman - U niversity of Technology Sydney, Australia
Kjell Rubenson - University of British Columbia, Canada and University of Linköping, Sweden
Sue M Scott - University of Alberta, Canada (Retired)
John Stephenson - Middlesex University, UK
Elizabeth Tisdell - Penn State Harrisburg, USA
Alan Tuckett - National Institute of Adult Continuing Education, UK
Robin Usher - RMIT University, Australia
Shirley Walters - University of the Western Cape, South Africa
Danny Wildemeersch - University of Nijmegen, The Netherlands
Miriam Zukas - Birkbeck College, University of London, UK

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Studies in Continuing Education is currently noted in: Academic Search; EBSCO Online; EBSCO CD Rom Database; Educational Research Abstracts online (ERA); ERIC; Australian Education Index (Online); Cabell's, Database of Research on International Education; EdResearch Online; Education Research Index;OCLC; Research into Higher Education Abstracts; SCOPUS; Studies on Women and Gender Abstracts; Swets Information Services and Thomson Gale (Gale Group).


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