Resources

 

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

To read more about these books, please click here

Engaged Department:

Authors: Rick Battistoni, Sherril Gelmon, John Saltmarsh, Jon Wergin and Edward Zlotkowski

 

Assessing Service:

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.

Disciplines covered in the series
Accounting Biology Communication Studies
Composition Engineering Environmental Studies
History Management Medical Education
Peace Studies Philosophy Political Science
Psychology Religious Studies Sociology
Teacher Education Women's Studies Concepts & Models in Spanish
Nursing

 

Other useful resources

Below are some resources that you may find useful in your Service-learning classes

 www.compact.org

 

 General Reflection questions

 

  Kolb's Learning styles

 

  Guide to introducing service learning to your students

 

  Faculty Toolkit for Service Learning in Higher Education

 

  Advanced Service Learning Toolkit

 

  Critical thinking

  A guide on critical thinking including some intellectual standards and traits for critical thinking.

 

 Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education

This site provides information on standards of education, functions and courses of study at state colleges and unveirsities, and information on scholarships and    special programs It also contains the OkCC Newsletters (current and archived).

 

 

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