The following Service-Learning resource materials are available at each campus. Contact your Service-Learning representative for further information.
- Metro Campus: Lisa Gerow, 918 595 7202
- Northeast Campus: Dr. Sharolyn Wallace, 918 595 7464
- Southeast Campus: Dr. Cathy Furlong, 918 595 7632
- West Campus: Dawn Parton, 918 595 8039
Campus Compact Publications
Authors: Rick Battistoni, Sherril Gelmon, John Saltmarsh, Jon Wergin and Edward Zlotkowski
Authors: Sherril B. Gelmon, Barbara A. Holland, Amy Driscoll, Amy Spring and Seanna Kerrigan.
Civic Engagement Across the Curriculum:
Author: Richard Battistoni.
Fundamentals of Service-Learning Course Construction.
Up and Running; A Step-by-Step Guide to Organizing an Introductory Service-Learning Institute:
Authors: Rick Battistoni, Sherril Gelmon, John Saltmarsh, Jon Wergin and Edward Zlotkowski.
Service Learning Matters; A Sourcebook for Community Service in Higher Education:
Establishing and Sustaining an Office of Community Service
Knowing You've Made a Difference; Strengthening Campus-Based Mentoring Programs through Evaluation and Research
When Community Enters the Equation; Enhancing Science, Mathematics and Engineering Education through Service-Learning
Additional books and journals are available for check-out in the Engaged Student Programming office, to view the complete list, please click here.
AAHE's Series on Service-Learning in the Disciplines
This series goes beyond simple “how to” to provide a rigorous intellectual forum. Theoretical essays illuminate issues of general importance to educators interested in using a Service-Learning pedagogy. Pedagogical essays discuss the design, implementation, conceptual content, outcomes, advantages and disadvantages of specific Service-Learning programs, courses and projects. All essays are authored by teacher-scholars in the discipline. Representative of a wide range of individual interests and approaches, the Series provides substantive discussions supported by research, course models in a rich conceptual context, annotated bibliographies and program descriptions. Visit AAHE's website ( www.aahe.org ) for the list of disciplines covered in the series, pricing and ordering information.
|Peace Studies||Philosophy||Political Science|
|Teacher Education||Women's Studies||Concepts & Models in Spanish|
Other useful resources
Below are some resources that you may find useful in your Service-learning classes
A guide on critical thinking including some intellectual standards and traits for critical thinking.
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