Open Access journal Concept publishes summer issue

Posted on July 19, 2013 | in Library | by


Concept, The Journal of Contemporary Community Education Practice Theory has published its Summer 2013 issue.

As well as a contribution from internationally respected and well published academic, Mike Newman there is an article from Jo Northedge, a current student on the Community Education Msc programme at Moray House. Their articles characterise one of the key purposes of the journal, which is to encourage writers other than academics to contribute.

The first issue of Concept was published in the Spring of 1991. After a long and successful life in print, in late 2009, with the support of the library, Concept published the first online issue of the journal using Open Journal Systems (OJS).

There have been a variety of special issues and discrete publications on themes including including Youth Work, Participation, Citizenship and Community Development.

The new issue and a full archive of the online issues are available on the journal site:

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