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e-Volunteerism: The Electronic Journal of the Volunteer Community


Since 2000, e-Volunteerism's international subscribers have been challenged to go beyond the ordinary in volunteer management/leadership. Interactive issues are posted on January 15, April 15, July 15, and October 15, with an average length of 100 pages each quarter.

ISSN: 1531-3794

1 year
US$45.00

2 year
US$75.00

3 year
US$95.00



About e-Volunteerism:

e-Volunteerism is a quarterly online publication, combining the best of a printed professional journal with the full potential of Internet technology.   Receive an average 400 pages of new material each year from a truly international perspective (contributors have come from over 20 different countries) -- insightful information, provocative discussions, and demonstrations of online tools.

Access the new articles in the quarterly issues all year long -- plus receive full access to the Archives with 10+ years of articles.   OR… get 48-hour access and read or download whatever you like in that time period. 

Every item in this journal is interactive, inviting you to contribute comments and additional material. At the end of the quarter, each issue is archived and indexed -- and continues to be accessible to subscribers at no additional cost.
Read the journal online, save it to your computer, or print it out on paper.

Subscription options available on the e-Volunteerism site:
Groups | Portals | Faculty/Classes | Students | Libraries

Dynamic Staff
Spearheaded by internationally-known volunteerism consultants, Steve McCurley and Susan J. Ellis, the multi-national editorial team combines great writing skills with a savvy understanding of the field.

More than a Traditional Journal
e-Volunteerism offers articles in text and PDF format, ready-to-use training materials, electronic "roundtable" discussions, audio clips, and more. You can preview the journal at www.e-volunteerism.com

Feature Articles Plus Special Sections in Each Quarter
Each issue includes a set of brand new feature articles, as well as:

  • Points of View commentaries by founding publishers, Steve McCurley and Susan J. Ellis
  • Training Designs offering an in-depth exploration of one training technique or topic, with group exercises you can use immediately, provided by Betty Stallings and other trainers
  • Research to Practice, to interpret scholarly research for practitioners
  • Along the Web, by Steve McCurley, giving annotated links to relevant Web sites on many topics of interest to volunteerism leaders
  • Voices,  offering several different types of articles such as “Keyboard Roundtables” of participants from around the world, “forgotten” material written more than 25 years ago but still relevant today, and audio interviews of volunteer management practitioners on the cutting edge.

Archives
Remember that subscribers have continuous access to the Archive of all past issues, making a subscription more and more indispensable over time!   Articles are searchable by subject, issue, author, country, section, and keyword.