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Journal of Educational Controversy (Peer-reviewed Journals)
Welcome to the Journal of Educational Controversy — an interdisciplinary electronic journal of ideas. The purpose of this peer reviewed journal is to provide a national and international forum for examining the dilemmas and controversies that arise in the education of citizens in a pluralistic, democratic society.
JEC has been published since 2006 and we have recently transferred previously published issues to Western CEDAR. Our first issue published directly in Western CEDAR was in 2015. Download usage figures during the first ten years are not included.
NEW CALL FOR PAPERS
Volume 13 (Invited issue)
Theme: The Complexity of Collaboration: How do the Differing and Often Conflicting Cultures of Universities, Public Schools and Community Collaborate in Promoting the Well Being of Children?
Occam's Razor (Western Student Publications)
Occam's Razor is Western Washington University's undergraduate academic journal. OR is student-run, student-written, and interdisciplinary.
Summit to Salish Sea: Inquiries and Essays (Peer-reviewed Journals)
Welcome to Huxley College's Environmental Education Graduate journal, Summit to Salish Sea: Inquiries and Essays. This publication is designed to celebrate the work of an unusual and exciting Masters of Environmental Education program hosted by Western Washington University's Huxley College of the Environment and North Cascades Institute. The articles within this journal represent final capstone presentations which are delivered at the end of the graduate students program. They are separated into two submission styles: speeches and articles. Some of the submissions are enriched with multimedia, including audio, video, and photography.
See the About This Journal for a complete coverage of the journal.
The Western States Theatre Review (Peer-reviewed Journals)
The Review features work by and about Northwest theatre scholars and practitioners showcasing the discoveries and accomplishments of our vast and highly productive region. Topics are as varied as theatre production, community college issues, play reviews, Native American and minority theatre, theatre for youth and international theatre. The forms and submissions range from historical documentation to narrative journals to short play scripts. All contributions are considered of vital importance to our region. Contributors may serve as faculty, practicing professionals, and theatre students.