Coming to critical engagement: an autoethnographic exploration
This volume is an outgrowth of discussion generated through and by faculty members of the engaged learning community at Michigan State University. It uses a blend of scholarly and personal inquiry coupled with collegial discourse to examine the nature of scholarly engagement. Descriptions of personal journeys in navigating university and community systems, examination of the ethics and value of the work are combined with theory and critical reflection to provide authentic and meaningful views of engaged scholarship.
Fear, F., Rosaen, C., Bawden, R., & Foster-Fishman, P. (2006). Coming to critical engagement: an autoethnographic exploration: Lanham, MD: University Press of America.
Assessing and Documenting Engagement
2014 Annual Membership Survey
Building Engaged Departments
Faculty Reward Structures and Engaged Sc
Electoral Engagement in Community Colleg
Creating Space for Democracy: A Primer o
The Craft of Community-Engaged Teaching