Reflection on 10 years of community-engaged scholarship in the faculty of land and food systems at the University of British Columbia-Vancouver
This paper explores a transition in which faculty members in Land and Food Systems at the University of British Columbia–Vancouver moved from community-inquiry projects to com¬munity-engaged action research projects. The transition was achieved through organizational restructuring, curricular revision, and new teaching approaches. The paper discusses the concepts that influenced the curricular revision and examines outcomes of the faculty transition and lessons learned.
Rojas, A., Sipos, Y., & Valley, W. (2012). Reflection on 10 years of community-engaged scholarship in the faculty of land and food systems at the University of British Columbia-Vancouver. Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement, 16(1), 195-211. Full Text.
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