Key Readings and Resources:
Armer, T.; McCoy, K.; Verrett, B.; Williams, A.; Menson, K.; and Lima, M. (2020) “Telling Our Stories Together: How Universities and Community Partners Co-create Engaged Scholarship.” Journal of Community Engagement and Scholarship: 13(1).
Berkey, B., Meixner, C., Green, P. M., & Eddins, E. A. (Eds.). (2018). Reconceptualizing faculty development in service-learning/community engagement: Exploring intersections, frameworks, and models of practice. Sterling, VA: Stylus. 348 pp.
Blanchard, L.W., Hanssmann, C., Strauss, R.P., Belliard, J., Krichbaum, C., Waters E., and Seifer, S. (2009). Models for Faculty Development: What Does It Take to be a Community-Engaged Scholar? Metropolitan Universities 20 (August 2009): 47-65
Bringle, R.C., Clayton, P. & Price, M. (2009). Partnerships in Service-Learning and Civic Engagement. Partnerships: A Journal of Service-Learning and Civic Engagement 1(1).
- Advanced Service-Learning Toolkit (2015)
- Equity-based Service-Learning (2017)
- Faculty Development for the Democratic Classroom (2017)
- Introduction to service-learning toolkit: Readings and resources for faculty, 2nd (2003)
- Publishing Engaged Scholarship (2021)
- Service-Learning Syllabi Archive
- Special Journal Issues Dedicated to Engaged Scholarship (2013)
Community-based Global Learning Collaborative
Changfoot, Nadine. (2020). Engaged Scholarship in Tenure and Promotion: Autoethnographic Insights from the Fault Lines of a Shifting Landscape. Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning 26(1). 26.10.3998/mjcsloa.3239521.0026.114.
Clayton, Patti & Ash, Sarah. (2005). Reflection as a key component in faculty development. On the Horizon 13. 161-169.
Cress, C.M., Donahue, D., & Associates, eds. (2011). Democratic dilemmas of teaching service-learning: Curricular strategies for success. Sterling, VA: Stylus Publishing.
Doberneck, D.M., & Carmichael, C. E. (2020). The Unfurling Tool: Unpacking your community-engaged work into multiple scholarly products. Journal of Higher Education and Community Engagement 12(3), 5-19.
Duke Service-Learning. Critical Service-Learning Conversations Tool: A self-assessment and resource tool to help faculty implement critical, justice-oriented service-learning. Accessed December 1, 2019
Ellison, J., and T. K. Eatman. 2008. Scholarship in Public: Knowledge Creation and Tenure Policy in the Engaged University. Syracuse, NY: Imagining America.
*Franco, R. (2010). Faculty Engagement in the Community Colleges. In Handbook of Engaged Scholarship (Fitzgerald, H.E., Burack, C., & Deifer, S.D., eds). Lansing, MI: Michigan State University Press.
Harrington, C., Lyken-Segosebe, D., Braxton, J.M., and Nespoli, L.A (2021). Community college faculty engagement in the scholarship of teaching and learning. Teaching and Learning in the 21st Century Community College 2021(5).
Heffernan, K. (2001). Fundamentals of Service-Learning Course Construction. Boston, MA: Campus Compact.
Hou, S-I & Wilder, S. (2015). Changing Pedagogy: Faculty Adoption of Service-Learning: Motivations, Barriers, and Strategies among Service-Learning Faculty at a Public Research Institution. Sage Open, January-March 2015, 1-7. https://doi.org/10.1177/2158244015572283
Jordan, C. M., Doherty, W. J., Jones-Webb, R. J., Cook, N., Dubrow, G. L., & Mendenhall, T. J. (2012). Competency-based faculty development in community-engaged scholarship: A diffusion of innovation approach. Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement, 16(1), 65-95.
Kleinhesselink, K., Schooley, S., Cashman, S., Richmond, A., Ikeda, E., & McGinley, P., Editors (2015). Engaged faculty institute curriculum. Seattle, WA: Community-Campus Partnerships for Health.
* Latta, M. & Kruger, T.M., Payne, L., Weaver, L., & VanSickle, J.L.. (2018). Approaching critical service-learning: A model for reflection on positionality and possibility. Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement. 22. 31-56.
*Massachusetts Department of Higher Education (2021). Principles for Anti-Racist Community-Engaged Pedagogy.
*McTighe Musil, C. (2015). Civic Prompts: Making Civic Learning Routine Across Disciplines. AAC&U.
*Mitchell, T. D. (2008). Traditional vs. critical service-learning: Engaging the literature to differentiate two models. Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning, 14(2).
Mitchell, T. D., Donahue, D. M., & Young-Law, C. (2012). Service learning as a pedagogy of whiteness. Equity & Excellence in Education, 45(4), 612-629.
O’meara, K. (2008). Motivation for Faculty Community Engagement: Learning from Exemplars. Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement 12(1), 7-29.
Welch, M &, Plaxton-Moore, S. (2019). The Craft of Community-Engaged Teaching and Learning: A Guide for Faculty Development. Boston, MA: Campus Compact
*Schnee, E., Better, A., Clark Cummings, M., Eds. (2016).Civic Engagement Pedagogy in the Community College: Theory and Practice. Switzerland: Springer International. DOI
Welch, M. & Plaxton-Moore, S. (2017). Faculty Development for Advancing Community Engagement in Higher Education: Current Trends and Future Directions. Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement 21(2), 131-166.