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There is a deep hunger within people in communities to make a real dent on the challenges that beset us. But people are wrestling with fundamental questions about how to create these changes, questions that go to the heart of community life – how it functions, how to engage it, how progress...
|Other article||Richard C. Harwood||Collective Impact, Community Partnerships|
This one hour webinar will provide an overview of the volunteer tracking tools available for higher education service-learning and community service programs. The webinar will begin with a review of the types of tools available and include a handout that summarizes characteristics of many...
|Webinar||Campus Compact of the Mountain West||Assessment & Evaluation|
Digital storytelling has been shown to be a powerful multi-dimensional tool for institutions of higher education to use to assess the experiences of and increase the impact of first-year experiences, community-engaged learning experiences, student success initiatives, and student learning...
|Webinar||Campus Compact of the Mountain West||Access & Success, Critical Reflection|
Webinar: Digital Storytelling in Higher Education
Digital Storytelling has been shown to be a powerful multi-dimensional tool for institutions of higher education to use to assess the experiences of and increase the impact of first-year experiences, community-engaged learning experiences...
|Webinar||Campus Compact of the Mountain West||Civic Engagement, Collective Impact, Critical Reflection, Engaged Campus|
Over the past several years, the Haas Center for Public Service at Stanford University has worked with a wide range of stakeholders to develop a framework for social change: “Pathways of Public Service.” The pathways collectively describe a range of possibilities by which students can make a...
|Webinar||Campus Compact of the Mountain West||Civic Engagement, Co-curricular Programs, Community-engaged Research, Social Entrepreneurism, Volunteerism, Service, and Philanthropy|
The Office for Civic Engagement at the University of Montana created this PowerPoint presentation highlighting best practices for online service learning course construction for the Montana State University Service Learning Colloquium.
|PowerPoint Presentation||Andrea Vernon||Service Learning|
The Center for Service Learning and Civic Engagement at the University of Michigan developed a model for service-learning course construction, including a theoretical framework, supporting resources and research, and a tool for course planning and design. The...
|Toolkit||Michigan State University Center for Service Learning & Civic Engagement||Service Learning|
|07/9/2015||Other article||Jeffrey Howard||Engaged Scholarship|
This exercise, developed for the Engaged Scholar Faculty Fellows Program hosted by Iowa Campus Compact, walks faculty members through three distinct types of service-learning course construction with varying levels of student engagement to find the best fit for specific courses across...
|Toolkit||LeAnn Faidley||Service Learning|
In a spring 2009 course on family history writing and service-learning, students wrote portions of their own family history and then worked to help write an historical book for the Cottage Lake History Project. Data collected...
|Other article||Suzanne Kesler Rumsey||Assessment & Evaluation, Service Learning|
Using Experiential and Collaborative Methods with Undergraduates and Older Persons as part of an Introduction to Gerontology Course
This study examines an Introduction to Gerontology course at the University of Northern Colorado and Colorado State University for undergraduate students that integrates experiential and collaborative learning experiences as part of a general course requirement. ...
|Journal article||A. Nancy Mendoza, Amy Ramsey, Joyce Weil||Assessment & Evaluation, Service Learning|
This document from Dominican University of California provides guidelines and a process for service-learning course designation.
|Other article||Dominican University of California||Institutionalization, Service Learning|
Crossing the Color Line into America’s Prisons: Volunteers of Color Reflect on Race and Identity in a College Service-Learning Project
This paper explores how volunteers of color understand race and construct racial identities through their experiences volunteering in a southern California juvenile hall. In the literature on service learning and volunteerism, scholars often assume that volunteers are White and economically...
|Other article||Jennifer R. Tilton||Service Learning|
This document provides an overview and specific roles and responsibilities for faculty, community partners, and students involved in the Population Health Clerkship through University of Massachusetts Medical School and Graduate School of Nursing.
|Other article||Suzanne Cashman||Community Partnerships, Service Learning|
This sample letter from The St. John's Collaborative for Intergenerational Learning provides an overview of academic and community partnership expectations and agreements.
|Other article||David W. Steitz||Community Partnerships, Service Learning|