Content with Topics : Community Partnerships

Rethinking Accessibility through a Summer Internship in Computational Linguistics

By Caroline Gihlstorf This is the fourteenth in a series of blog posts by participants in the 2019 ACLS Digital Extension Grant project “Ticha: advancing community-engaged digital scholarship” (PI Lillehaugen) published with the Community-based Global Learning Collaborative and the Ticha Project. Previous blog posts are available here: (1) Lillehaugen/January 2020; (2) Flores-Marical/February 2020; (3) Kawan-Hemler/March 2020; (4) Lopez/July 2020; (5) Kadlecek/1 August 2020; (6) García Guzmán/15 August 2020; (7) Park/September 2020; (8) Zarafonetis/October 2020, (9) J. Lopez/Nov 2020, (10) Velasco Vasquez/February 2021, (11) Lillehaugen/March 2021, (12) Plumb/April 2021, (13) Molina/August 2021. I’m a student at Haverford College studying Computer Science…

Who has a Stake? How Stakeholder Processes Influence Partnership Sustainability

Written by three faculty members involved in community-university partnerships, this paper is a comparative analysis of three partnerships located in the same community but with varying characteristics. More specifically, the study focuses on the variation among different university and community stakeholders and examines how relative power, legitimacy, and urgency of each stakeholder determines the importance of each “stake”. The paper suggests that the stakeholder theory should be applied to the field of community-university partnerships to develop a deeper understanding of the processes that that influence the sustainability and success of partnerships. Boyle, M.E., Ross, L., & Stephens, J.C. (2011). Who…