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Suggested Reading for Service-Learning

 Service-Learning Books

  1. Service Matters 1999: The Engaged Campus. (In-depth profiles of a wide range of campuses engaged with their communities.)
  2. Creating a Climate for Change: Lessons Learned from the Institutes on Integrating Service with Academic Study.
  3. Service-Learning in Higher Education around the World: An Initial Look.

 

Books Available in duPont-Ball Library by Discipline

  1. Acting Locally: Concepts and Models for Service-Learning in Environmental Studies. TD 170.7 A38 2006
  2. Beyond the Tower: Concepts and Models for Service-Learning in Philosophy. B52 B385 2006
  3. Connecting Past and Present: Concepts and Models for Service-Learning in History. D16.2 C725 2005
  4. Construyendo Puentes (Building Bridges): Concepts and Models for Service-Learning in Spanish. PC4068 U6 C66 2005
  5. Cultivating the Sociological Imagination: Concepts and Models for Service-Learning in Sociology. LC220.5 C84 2005
  6. Experiencing Citizenship: Concepts and Models for Service-Learning in Political Science. JA88 U6 E95 1997
  7. Learning by Doing: Concepts and Models for Service-Learning in Accounting. HF5630 L43 1998
  8. Learning with the Community: Concepts and Models for Service-Learning in Teacher Education. LC220.5 L45 1997
  9. Life, Learning, and Community: Concepts and Models for Service-Learning in Biology. QH315 L565 2006
  10. The Practice of Change: Concepts and Models for Service-Learning in Women's Studies. HQ1181 U5 P73 2000
  11. Voices of Strong Democracy: Concepts and Models for Serivce-Learning in Communication Studies. P91.3 V63 2006
  12. Writing the Community: Concepts and Models for Service-Learning in Composition. PE1405 U6 W765 2006

 Forthcoming: 

Working for the Common Good: Models and Concepts for Service-Learning in Management.

From Cloister to Commons: Models and Concepts for Service-Learning in Relgious Studies.

Service-Learning Articles:

  1. "What the Numbers Say." Curriculum Review: 5/99, Vol. 38 Issue 9.
  2. Cook, Stephanie. "Youths Shine a Spotlight on Service, Peace" Christian Science Monitor: 4/18/00, Vol. 92 Issue 102, p. 16.
  3. Des Marais, Joy; Youa Yang; and Farid Farzanehkia. "Service Learning Leadership Development for Youths" Phi Delta Kappan: 5/00, Vol. 81 Issue 9, pps. 678-681,
  4. Dreier, Peter. "The Myth of Student Apathy." Nation: 4/13/98. Vol. 266 Issue 13, pps. 19-22.
  5. Duke, Johnny. "Service Learning: Taking Mathmetics into the Real World." Mathmetics Teacher : 12/99, Vol. 92 Issue 9, pps. 794-798.
  6. Gough, Pauline B. "Getting Real" Phi Delta Kappan: 5/00 Vol. 81 Issue 9, p. 642.
  7. Gray, Maryann J.; Elizabeth Heneghan Ondaatje; Ronald D. Fricker Jr.; andSandy A. Geschwind. "Assessing Service-Learning" Change: 3,4/00, Vol. 32 Issue 2, pps. 30-40.
  8. Grusky, Sara. "International Service Learning" AmericanBehavioral Scientist 2/00, Vol. 43 Issue 5, pps. 858-868.
  9. Hilosky, Alexandra and Mark E. Moore. "Service Learning: Brochure Writing for Basic Level College Students" College Teaching:Fall 1999, Vol. 47 Issue 4, pps. 143-148.
  10. Hinck, Shelly Schaefer and Mary Ellen Brandell. "The Relationship between Institutional Support and Campus Acceptance of Academic Service Learning" American Behavioral Scientist 2/00, Vol. 43 Issue 5, pps. 868-900.
  11. Kielsmeier, James C. "A time to service, A time to learn" Phi Delta Kappan: 5/00 Vol. 81 Issue 9, pps. 652-658.
  12. Peterman, Dana. "Service Learning in Community Colleges" Community College Journal of Research and Practice: 4,5/00, Vol. 24 Issue 4, pps. 321-326.
  13. Prentice, Mary and Rudy Garcia. "Service Learning: The Next Generation in Learning" Community College Journal of Research and Practice: 1/00, Vol. 24 Issue 1, pps. 19-27.
  14. Roschelle, Anne R.; Jennifer Turpin; Robert Elias. "Who learns from Service Learning?" American Behavioral Scientist 2/00, Vol. 43 Issue 5, pps. 839-848.
  15. Schamess, Andrew; Rene Wallis; Ronald David; and Keith Eiche. "Academic Medicine, Service Learning and the Health of the Poor" American Behavioral Scientist: 2/00, Vol. 43 Issue 5, pps. 793-808.
  16. Swick, Kevin J. and Michael Rowls. "The 'Voices' of Preservice Teachers on the Meaning and Value of their Service Learning" Education: Spring 2000, Vol. 120 Issue 3, pps. 461-470.
  17. Weah, Wokie; Verna Cornelia; and McClellan Hall. "Service-Learning and Multicultural/Multiethnic Perspectives: From Diversity to Equality" Phi Delta Kappan: 5/00, Vol. 81 Isuue 9, pps. 673-676.
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