Resources to help you with the theoretical background and research regarding Service-Learning. General SL resources, articles, and books will be found on the Home page. Additional tabs will include the same resource types, specific to the topic.
Three educators discuss the role of the university in engaging with society, focusing on these issues: student service and service learning; the university as an agent of public service; building capacities for service within the community; faculty engagement in the community; and responding to community needs with the same vigor as responding to student and institutional needs.
Highlights some promising examples of faculty and student affairs partnerships that have evolved on behalf of service learning initiatives. Examines the common features that contribute to successful partnerships and offers insights, taken from various campuses, on the typical challenges that student affairs staff and faculty face when promoting service learning
This guide summarizes lessons learned by studying successful community-building initiatives in hundreds of neighborhoods across the U.S. It outlines what local communities can do to start their own journies down the path of asset-based development.