Jeg fandt i At vurdere et tidsskrifts indhold et udmærket tidsskrift omkring ‘counselling’, som godt kunne være interessant, hvis man vil skrive om vejledning. I det kiggede jeg på artikler, som på en eller anden måde havde et narrativt aspekt, og fik flere udmærkede nøglebegreber, jeg kunne indarbejde: fx om storytelling
Spørgsmålet er, om det er det rette tidsskrift a?t søge videre i
Jeg vælger derfor at lave en nu søgning i Ulrichsweb, men da vi har set, der er fejl i Ulrichsweb og der eksisterer danske autorisationslister, som man også må medtænkte, må jeg være en smule mere omhyggelig.
Ny søgning – ‘counselling’ og students?
Søgeord ‘Student counselling’.
Der kommer flere titler, men jeg vælger disse til nærmere vurdering
|Journal of college counselling (ej på DK liste)||The American College Counseling Association is an association for those persons in higher education, including colleges, universities, community, and technical college settings, whose professional identity is counseling and whose purpose is fostering student development. ACCA strives to support and enhance the practice of college counseling, to promote ethical and responsible professional practice, to promote communication and exchange among college counselors across service areas and institutional settings, to encourage cooperation with other organizations related to higher education and college student development, and to provide leadership and advocacy for the profession of counseling in higher education. ACCA is a division of the American Counseling Association.Journal of College Counseling advances the college counseling research base and informs the practice of counselors working in higher education settings.||Måske problematisk – ikke listet på DK autorisationsliste|
|Journal of College Student Retention: Research, Theory & Practice(DK niveau 1)4 issues per year||The Journal of College Student Retention: Research, Theory & Practice provides the educational community, federal and state governmental officials, and the general public a medium to exhibit and explore the complex issue of student retention and attrition. The Journal features articles pertaining to current and new theoretical constructs and current research on student retention and attrition in higher education.In addition, the Journal provides practitioners a forum to highlight and disseminate to the educational community, current practices, programs and services, which help students persist through academic and personal goal completion.The goal of the Journal is to provide the educational community, federal and state government officials, and the public with the latest findings regarding the retention of students in higher education. Although access to higher education is virtually universally available, many students who start in a higher education program drop out prior to completing a degree or achieving their individual academic and/or social goals.||Umiddelbart 35 artikler på søgeordet ‘narrative’|
|The Journal of Education for Students Placed At Risk(DK niveau 1)4 issues per year||The Journal of Education for Students Placed At Risk (JESPAR) is the only academic journal to date which provides quantitative and qualitative research focused exclusively on improving the education of students placed at risk. JESPARpublishes case studies of schools, programs, and systems that have experienced unusually high levels of success; research articles on promising reform programs; and reviews of research and of timely books. In doing so, JESPAR facilitates communication among all stakeholders–researchers, policymakers, and educators–who are actively involved in furthering academic and other achievements of students placed at risk.Peer Review Policy: All research articles in this journal have undergone rigorous peer review, based on initial editor screening and anonymous refereeing by at least two anonymous referees.||Måske OK – men måske for praksisrettet?|
|Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice(DK niveau 1)4 issues per year Acceptance rate 15% (!)||VisionThe vision of the Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice (JSARP) is to publish the most rigorous, relevant, and well-respected research and practice making a difference in student affairs practice. JSARP especially encourages manuscripts that are unconventional in nature and that engage in methodological and epistemological extensions that transcend the boundaries of traditional research inquiries.Purpose: Publish and make accessible the highest quality articles on research and practice in the student affairs field.Expose the NASPA membership and JSARPreaders to unique commentary and scholarship from multiple methodological forms and perspectives.Support and encourage scholarly contributions from a wide variety of theoretical and conceptual frameworks.Build and extend the literature and knowledge of the student affairs field.Encourage and engage open and critical discourse within and across disciplines from the perspective of student affairs in higher education.Encourage research and scholarly writing by faculty, administrators, and students through editorial feedback and development of current and future authors.||Umiddlbart 64 artikler med ‘narrativer’|
Valget står – pr. fornemmelse/intuition – mellem Journal of College Student Retention: Research, Theory & Practice og Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice med hovedvægten på sidstnævnte (‘mine’ studerende er ikke college students).
Endnu en ny søgning – ‘higher education’ og students
Efter at have overvejet situationen kaster jeg mig derfor ud i tidsskriftsøgningen igen.
Min tidligere søgning (ovenfor) medførte, at en af de tidsskrifter, jeg søgte frem, rettede sig mod colleges. Det er umiddelbart ikke det, jeg søger, men derimod vejledning rettet mod universitetsstuderende, altså ‘higher education’.
Ny søgning med søgeordene ‘students’ og ‘higher education’.
|Journal of Learning Development in Higher Education||Focus and ScopeLearning Development is a field of practice concerned with how students learn and how they make sense of academic conventions. JLDHE is published by the Association for Learning Development in Higher Education (ALDinHE), and is aimed at those interested in all aspects of how learning is facilitated, and how it is experienced and achieved by students in higher education.||Der er en artikel som måske er ganske tæt på det, jeg vil skrive om: “Autoethnography as a method of facilitating critical reflexivity for professional doctorate students” af Catherine Hayes, John Anthony Fulton (2015).jeg kan lave en særlig vinkel med professionsBA|
|Studies in Higher Education||Aims and scopeStudies in Higher Education is a leading international journal publishing research-based articles dealing with higher education issues from either a disciplinary or multi-disciplinary perspective. Empirical, theoretical and conceptual articles of significant originality will be considered. The Journal welcomes contributions that seek to enhance understanding of higher education policy, institutional management and performance, teaching and learning, and the contribution of higher education to society and the economy. Comparative studies and analysis of inter-system and cross-national issues are also welcomed, as are those addressing global and international themes. The Journal will publish annually two special issues on topics of international significance to higher education.||OK|
|Teaching in Higher Education||Teaching in Higher Education is an international, peer-reviewed journal that addresses the policies, practices and contexts of teaching, learning and curriculum in higher education in order to explore and clarify the intellectual and theoretical challenges they present. The journal is interdisciplinary in nature and aims to open up critical discussion and debate across subject areas by involving all those who share a commitment to the field of teaching.In particular, Teaching in Higher Education publishes scholarly work that critically examines and interrogates the values and presuppositions underpinning teaching, introduces comparative and/or theoretical perspectives and insights drawn from different cultures and disciplinary frameworks, and considers how teaching and research can be brought into a closer relationship.The journal welcomes contributions that aim to apply and develop sustained reflection, investigation and critique to learning and teaching in higher education, and that critically identify new agendas for research. The journal’s commitment to foster debate is also recognised through an enthusiasm to publish critical and engaging review papers that examine specific aspects of the field of teaching in higher education.||Absolut også en mulighed|
Her er alle tre tidsskrifter faktisk relevante, så et valg må basere sig på en nærmere vurdering af konkrete artikler. Jeg starter nok med det øverste forsi der er en anden artikel, jeg kan bygge min på, men med et twist.