The editors of the International Journal for Service Learning in Engineering, humanitarian Engineering and Social Entrepreneurship (IJSLE) are pleased to announce publication of the Spring 2013 issue. To view this issue of the Journal, please log on to www.ijsle.org. We hope you enjoy this edition of the Journal.
Articles in this Issue:
Student Perceptions of Engineering Service Experiences as a Source of Learning Technical and Professional Skills Adam Robert Carberry, Hee-Sun Lee, Christopher W. Swan
Assessment of Colloidal Silver Impregnated Ceramic Bricks for Small-Scale Drinking Water Treatment Applications Daniel M. Nover, Erica R. McKenzie, Geetika Joshi, William E. Fleenor
Effective Community Listening: A Case Study on Photovoice in Rural Nicaragua Ali Aslam, Matthew Pearson-Beck, Rachel Boots, Holly Mayton, Sara Link, Dana Elzey
SimEx: Simulation Exercises on Humanitarian Crisis Wook-Sung Yoo
Designing a Low-Cost Ceramic Water Filter Press Michael Henry, Siri Maley, Khanjan Mehta
Cost Effective Delivery of Modern Energy Services to Rural Communities: An Indian Case Study Vijayalakshmi B
Solar Disinfection in a Community-Scale Water Treatment System: An Analysis of Design Parameters for Humanitarian Engineering and System Sustainability Marni Reeves Kendricks, Tracey E. Sisco, Joanna L. David, Cristiane Queiroz Surbeck
Service-Learning Cross-Cultural Collaboration: Sustainable Actions in an Elementary School, Bagaces, Costa Rica Caroline Murrie Clevenger
The editors of IJSLE have issued a Call for Papers for a Special Edition of the Journal. The editors invite high-quality manuscripts that explore scholarship, assessment, or interdisciplinary engagement topics related to service learning in engineering, humanitarian engineering, or social entrepreneurship – both domestically and internationally. Manuscripts are due by August 30, 2013, with a publication date of December 30, 2013. For more information, please log onto www.ijsle.org.
Thomas Colledge Editor-in-Chief, IJSLE