About the Journal
Experiential Learning & Teaching in Higher Education (ELTHE) explores postsecondary experiential education: the pedagogies, courses, and programming that engage students by taking college beyond the classroom – into settings like communities, laboratories, studios, and work-based learning. Good experiential education is intentionally designed, authentically located, and enriched by metacognition and reflection.
The journal seeks to advance the field by:
- Providing new insights into the ways experiential education promotes engagement, persistence, and learning.
- Sharing new approaches to bringing experiential education to the students who most stand to benefit, including historically underserved populations.
- Promoting scholarship that draws on a clear methodological framework to inform higher education practice.
ELTHE is an indexed academic journal published semi-annually by the California State University in cooperation with the Society for Experiential Education. No fees are charged to contributors or readers, but a free log-in is required. ELTHE adheres to the Principles of Transparency and Best Practices in Scholarly Publishing, as maintained by the Directory of Open Access Journals.