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Service Learning Bibliography

Key texts

Materials we have on campus as part of our lending library (housed in Olney 124)

Butin, D. W. (2010). Service-learning in theory and practice: The future of community engagement in higher education.New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan.

Butin, D.W. and Seider, S. (Eds.). (2012).  The engaged campus: Certificates, minors, and majors as the new community engagement. New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan.

Eyler, J. & Giles, Jr., D.E. (1999). Where’s the learning in service-learning? San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.

Jacoby, B. & Associates (Ed.). (2009). Civic engagement in higher education: Concepts and practices. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.

Post, M., Ward, E., Longo, N. and Saltmarsh, J. (Eds). (2016). Publicly engaged scholars: Next-generation engagement and the future of higher education. Sterling, VA.: Stylus.

Stoecker, R. (2016). Liberating service learning and the rest of higher education civic engagement. Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press.

Stoecker, R. and Tryon, E.A. with Hilgendorf, A. (Eds.).  (2009) The unheard voices: Community organizations and service-learning. Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press.

Thorton Moore, D. (2013). Engaged learning in the academy: Challenges and possibilities. New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan.

Zlotkowski, E., Longo, N. V., and Williams, J.R. (Eds.). (2006). Students as colleagues: Expanding the circle of service-learning leadership. Boston, MA: Campus Compact.

Resources available via the Service Learning Canvas Site

Ash, S.L., Clayton, P.H., & Atkinson, M.P. (2005) Integrating reflection and assessment to capture and improve student learning. Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning, 11(2), 49-60.

Deans, T. (1999). Service-learning in two keys: Paulo Freire’s critical pedagogy in relation to John Dewey’s pragmatism. Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning, 6 (1), 15–29.

Eifler, K. E., Kerssen-Griep, J., & Thacker, P. (2008). Enacting social justice to teach social justice: The pedagogy of bridge builders. Journal of Catholic Education, 12 (1).

García, N.A. and Longo, N.V. (2013).  Going Global: Re-Framing Service-Learning in an Interconnected World. Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement, 17, Number 2, 111-135.

Heffernan, K. (2001). Fundamentals of service-learning course construction. Providence, RI: Campus Compact, Brown University.

Holland, B. and Robinson, G. (Summer 2008). Community based learning with adults: Bridging efforts in multiple sectors.  New Directions for Adult and Continuing Education: 17-30.

Miller-Young, J., Felten, P., and Clayton, P. (2017). Learning about learning-Together. Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning, 23(2), 154-158.

Pompa, L. (2002). Service-learning as crucible: Reflections on immersion, context, power and transformation. Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning 9(1), 67–76.

Sharpe, E. and Dear, S. (2013).   Points of Discomfort: Reflections on Power and Partnerships in International Service-Learning. Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning: 19(1), 49-57.

Welch, M. (1999). ABCs of reflection: A template for students and instructors to implement written reflection in service learning. NSEE Quarterly, 25(2), 23-25.

 

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