About the Journal

The SHARE journal was born as a medium of information, interaction and reflection for academicians which is projected as a vehicle to share scientific insights, services provided and learning experienced to the community. The SHARE journal is expected to be a "never-ending fire" that continues to encourage academicians in community service and service-learning activities in the community. Philosophically, journal "identity" can be interpreted as follows: 1. "SHARE" is an acronym for SHaring - Action - REflection which means "sharing, action and reflection". This means a continuous process. 2. The word "SHARE" itself means sharing. The SHARE journal focuses on material community service activities carried out by lecturers, practitioners and students, including articles on the results of community service outcomes from the Ministry of Research and Technology grant. And this journal is not called a communication medium because the word series "sharing-action-reflection" is much more meaningful than the definition of "communication". The SHARE: Journal of Service-Learning (p-ISSN: 2338-7866 | e-ISSN: 2655-4720) is published twice a year, in February and August by Institute of Research and Community Outreach Petra Christian University, Indonesia.