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Outdoor Insider focuses on the people, organizations, and products that are making an impact in the outdoor recreation and education community in an effort to inspire, educate, and motivate readers inside and outside of AORE. >> View previous issues.
The AORE Partner Newsletter aims to provide AORE members with news about many other organizations that are making a difference in the outdoor recreation and education industry while working toward their respective missions. >> View previous issues.
The AORE Association Newsletter is filled with news on AORE business, committees, Annual Conference, ancillary programming, and more, in an effort to keep members in the know about association activities and developments. >> View previous issues.
The AORE Buyer’s Guide is a showcase of products and purchasing opportunities AORE Vendor Members provide to assist our member programs with their equipment needs. >> Join or login to view this in the Member's Only File Archive.
The AORE Annual Report celebrates all that AORE has accomplished in a specific year, why we do what we do, and the impact we have on the outdoor recreation and education community. A series of three articles describes the association governance structure and updates that occurred in 2018. >> View previous issues.
The JOREL is the only peer-reviewed journal published in the United States with a specific focus on the areas of outdoor recreation, education, and leadership. Through this collaborative effort between the Association of Outdoor Recreation and Education, Sagamore Publishing, the Wilderness Education Association, and the Western Kentucky University Research Foundation, the journal focuses on improving research and practice and reducing the disparity between the two in the represented disciplines.
The journal's mission is to improve outdoor recreation, education, and leadership through the publication and dissemination of peer-reviewed manuscripts. Publishing articles that contribute to the development of theory and practice is a guiding principle of the publication. The journal solicits high quality manuscripts from authors inside and outside of academia. Authors are encouraged to submit manuscripts (relevant to outdoor recreation, education, or leadership) in the following three categories: (1) Regular Papers, (2) Essays, Practices and Commentaries, and (3) Research Notes. >> View previous issues.