Publications

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LibGuide

Faculty Service Learning Guide

This guide  provides resources to support the teaching of        classes with service learning components as well as          scholarship opportunities in the area.

Engagement Scholarship Consortium

This site provides a list of journals relating to scholarship and the practice of engagement locally and globally.

Selected books and articles 

  • Astin, A. W., Vogelgesang, L. J., Ikeda, E. K., & Yee, J. A. (2000). How service-learning affects students. Los Angeles, CA: Pine Forge Press.
  • Barber, B., Higgins, R., Smith, J., Ballou, J., Dedrick, J., & Downing, K. (1997). Democratic theory and civic measurement: A report on the measuring citizenship project. Rutgers, NJ: Walt Whitman Center.
  • Batchelder, T., & Root, S. (1994).  Effects of an undergraduate program to integrate academic learning and service: Cognitive, prosocial cognitive, and identity outcomes. Journal of Adolescence, 17, 341-355.
  • Boss, J. (1994). The effect of community service work on the moral development of college ethics students. Journal of Moral Education, 23(2), 183-198.
  • Boyle-Blaise, M., & Kilbane, J. (2000).  What really happens? A look inside service-learning for multicultural teacher education. Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning, 7, 54-64.
  • Bringle, R., & Kremer, J. (1993). An evaluation of an intergenerational service-learning project for undergraduates. Educational Gerontologist, 19, 407-416.
  • Brown, S., Kim, W., & Pinhas S. (2005). Texas Title IV service learning evaluation, 2004-05. Denver, CO: RMC Research Corporation. 
  • Cohen, J., & Kinsey, D. (1994).  Doing good and scholarship. Journalism Education, 4-14.
  • Exley, R. (1996).  Commitment to community: Service-learning at Miami-Dade Community College. New Directions for Community Colleges, 93, 35-41. 
  • Eyler, J., Giles, D., & Braxton, J. (1997).  The impact of service-learning on college students. Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning, 4, 5-15.
  • Giles, D., & Eyler, J. (1994).  The impact of a college community service laboratory on students’ personal, social, and cognitive outcomes. Journal of Adolescence, 17, 327-339.
  • Greene, D., & Diehm, G. (1995).  Educational and service outcomes of a service integrated effort. Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning, 2, 54-62.
  • Hecht, D. (2003).  The missing link: Exploring the context of learning in service learning. In Deconstructing Service-Learning. Information Age Publishing.
  • Hoy, A., & Meisel, W. (2008).  Civic engagement at the center: Building democracy through integrated co-curricular and curricular experiences. Washington, DC: American Association of Colleges and Universities. 
  • Jones, S., & Abes, E. (2004).  Enduring influences of service learning on college students’ identity development. Journal of College Student Development, 45, 149-166.
  • Keen, C., & Hall, K. (2008).  Post-graduation service and civic outcomes for high financial need students of a multi-campus, co-curricular service-learning college program. Journal of College and Character, 10.
  • Laird, M., & Black, S. (1999).  Service learning evaluation project: Program effects for at-risk students. San Francisco, CA: Quest International. 
  • Mabry, J. (1998).  Pedagogical variations in service learning and student outcomes: How time, contact, and reflection matter. Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning, 5, 32-47.
  • Markus, G., Howard, J., & King, D. (1993).  Integrating community service and classroom instruction enhances learning: Results from an experiment. Education Evaluation and Policy Analysis, 15, 410-19.
  • Melchior, A. (1995).  National evaluation of Serve-America: Final report. Waltham, MA: Center for Human Resources, Brandeis University.
  • Melchior, A. (1998). National evaluation of Learn and Service America school and community-based program. Waltham, MA: Center for Human Resources, Brandeis University.
  • Moely, B., McFarland, M., Miron, D., Mercer, S., & Illustre, V. (2002).  Changes in college students’ attitudes and intentions for civic involvement as a function of service-learning experiences. Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning, 9(1), 18-26.
  • Myers-Lipton, S. J. (1998).  Effect of a comprehensive service-learning program on college students’ civic responsibility. Teaching Sociology, 26, 243-58.
  • Rice, K., & Brown, J. (1998). Transforming educational curriculum and service learning. Journal of Experiential Education, 21, 140-146.
  • Seider, S. C., Rabinowicz, S. A., & Gillmor, S. C. (2011). The impact of philosophy and theology service-learning experiences upon the public service motivation of participating college students. The Journal of Higher Education, 82(5), 597-628.
  • Weiler, D., LaGoy, A., Crane, E., & Rovner, A. (1998).  An evaluation of K-12 Service Learning in California. Emeryville, CA: RPP International.
  • The University of Georgia  also provides an extensive list (in Excel format) of publication opportunities in service learning.