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The Journal of Experiential Education (JEE) 

The JEE Editor is Jayson Seaman at the University of New Hampshire. Contact the editor.

The Journal of Experiential Education (JEE) is an international, peer-reviewed journal publishing refereed articles on experiential education in diverse contexts. The JEE provides a forum for the empirical and theoretical study of issues concerning experiential learning, program management and policies, educational, developmental, and health outcomes, teaching and facilitation, and research methodology. 

Did you know? AEE Members get online access to the Journal of Experiential Education (yes, every article since 1978!) 

AEE Members: To access JEE online for free, login and follow the detailed instructions provided within the Member Compass. If you have questions, please email anna@aee.org.

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JEE is published by Sage Publications. For manuscript submission, permissions, reprints, or subscriptions, visit the JEE page on the Sage Publications website. 


Please join us in welcoming Heather Pleasants as the new Senior Associate Editor of the JEE!

Heather joins JEE Editorial Board and JEE Editor Jayson Seaman in her new role as Senior Associate Editor. The Journal of Experiential Education (JEE) is an international, peer-reviewed journal publishing refereed articles on experiential education in diverse contexts. The JEE provides a forum for the empirical and theoretical study of issues concerning experiential learning, program management and policies, educational, developmental, and health outcomes, teaching and facilitation, and research methodology.

"This is such an exciting time to be joining the JEE Team! I’m looking forward to assisting with the Journal’s continued growth and to the opportunity to be in conversation with JEE’s editors, authors, and the AEE community."

Heather Pleasants (Ph.D.) is an Educational Consultant (Experiential Learning) and Senior Assessment Specialist in the Faculty Innovation Center. Heather supports members of the UT teaching and learning community who seek to include high-quality experiential learning in courses across the undergraduate and graduate curriculum, as well as those who support experiential learning at the intersection of academic courses and the co-curriculum.

Additionally, Heather provides guidance and support to faculty and staff in the areas of assessment and program evaluation and is an experienced external reviewer for the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges. Her portfolio of work at the FIC includes directing the Experiential Learning Initiative, providing faculty consultations and workshops, and facilitating the development of teaching and learning communities of practice. Heather maintains an active research agenda and is the co-editor of “Community-Base Multiliteracies and Digital Media Projects” (2014) and “Digital Storytelling in Higher Education: International Perspectives” (2017).