Service Learning

Outside resources

There are endless numbers of resources for Service Learning, but at HPU we are developing Service Learning a bit differently through a focus on moral questions, like issues of justice, freedom, equality, human rights, the common good, etc. Not all Service Learning resources share such an emphasis on ethics, so you will need to use the following resources carefully and critically as you develop your proposal.

Here are some websites to get you started on planning a course:

Campus Compact Resources

National Service Learning Clearinghouse Resources

Corporation for National & Community Service

UNC Faculty Resources and Course Guide

Wayne State Faculty Resources

Elon’s Faculty Development Guide

Duke’s Resources

Towson’s Resources

VA Tech’s Faculty Guide

Best Practices in SL Pedagogy

Principles of Good Reflection

Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning

Click here for a list of National Resources for Service-Learning


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