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Service-Learning is a pedagogical strategy that allows students to apply discipline-based knowledge to authentic and practical situations beyond the classroom. It integrates community service, academic learning, and civic engagement. Students provide valuable community service while at the same time reinforcing the theories, attitudes, and values of a course. The sites below provide information on using Service-Learning in many disciplines.
National Service-Learning Clearinghouse: Higher Education.
Contains references and information on all aspects of Service-Learning from methods for getting started to resources for experienced faculty.
International Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, Volume 18, Number One, Special Issue: Future Directions for Service Learning in Higher Education.
This focused issue of IJTLHE provides full text of service learning articles on both research and instructional issues.