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The Community's College
Indicators of Engagement at Two-Year Institutions
Based on the findings of a multi-year research project, this volume profiles successful community engagement practices and programs at community colleges across the country. Designed to provide both two- and four-year institutions with specific guidance on creating an engaged campus, it explores institutional culture, organizational structures, enabling mechanisms, curricular issues, and partnering strategies as avenues to community and civic engagement. Also included is a comprehensive self-assessment tool to help campuses evaluate and deepen their own engagement practices.

Paper: 978 0 9729394 2 3 / $35.00
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The Engaged Department Toolkit
This handbook is designed to help departments develop strategies for including community-based work in their teaching and scholarship, making community-based experiences a standard expectation for majors, and encouraging civic engagement and progressive change at the departmental level. It acts as both a resource and a curriculum, assisting others in replicating the Engaged Department Institutes offered nationwide by Campus Compact. The toolkit comes with a CD-ROM with key information from the text as well as PowerPoint slides and sample documents that can be adapted to meet the needs of individual departments.

Paperback & CD-ROM: 978 0 9667371 0 3 / $70.00
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One with the Community
Indicators of Engagement at Minority-Serving Institutions
Based on the findings of a multi-year research project, this volume profiles successful community engagement practices at historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs), Hispanic-serving institutions (HSIs), and tribal colleges. Engagement levels at these institutions outstrip levels seen elsewhere on nearly every measure; the innovative ways these institutions put engagement into practice offer models for all of higher education. In addition to examining organizational structures, curricular approaches, institutional culture, and partnering strategies that support local communities, the book offers a comprehensive self-assessment tool to help campuses evaluate and deepen their own engagement practices. This book is the second volume produced as part of Campus Compacts Indicators of Engagement Project; the first is The Community's College: Indicators of Engagement at Two-Year Institutions.

Paper: 978 0 9729394 4 7 / $35.00
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Service Learning in the Disciplines
Series Edited by Edward Zlotkowski
These practical guides in this set combine the "how-to" information and the rigorous intellectual framework sought by teachers. Each volume has been written by scholars writing for peers in their own discipline, discussing how service-learning can be implemented within a specific discipline, and what that discipline contributes to the pedagogy of service-learning. Each of these twenty-one titles offers the theoretical background and practical pedagogical chapters describing the design, implementation, and outcomes of specific service-learning programs, as well as annotated bibliographies, program descriptions, and course syllabi. The set is comprised of: Acting Locally: Concepts and Models for Service Learning in Environmental Studies Beyond the Tower: Concepts and Models for Service Learning in Philosophy Caring and Community: Concepts and Models for Service Learning in Nursing Connecting Past and Present: Concepts and Models for Service Learning in History Construyendo Puentes (Building Bridges): Concepts and Models for Service Learning in Spanish Creating Community-Responsive Physicians: Concepts and Models for Service Learning in Medical Education Cultivating the Sociological Imagination: Experiencing Citizenship Concepts and Models for Service Learning in Political Science Experiencing Citizenship: Concepts and Models for Service Learning in Political Science From Cloister To Commons: Concepts and Models for Service Learning in Religious Studies From the Studio to the Streets: Service Learning in Planning and Architecture Hospitality With a Heart: Concepts and Models for Service Learning in Lodging, Foodservice, and Tourism Learning By Doing: Concepts and Models for Service Learning in Accounting Learning With the Community: Concepts and Models for Service Learning in Teacher Education Life, Learning and Community: Concepts and Models for Service Learning in Biology Practice Of Change: Concepts and Models for Service Learning in Women’s Studies Projects That Matter: Concepts and Models for Service Learning in Engineering Teaching For Justice: Concepts and Models for Service Learning in Peace Studies Voices of Strong Democracy: Concepts and Models for Service Learning in Communication Studies With Service In Mind: Concepts and Models for Service Learning in Psychology Working for the Common Good: Concepts and Models for Service Learning in Management Writing the Community: Concepts and Models for Service Learning in Composition

Set: 978 1 56377 005 0 / $600.00
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Students as Colleagues
Expanding the Circle of Service-Learning Leadership
This seminal volume takes service-learning to a new level by demonstrating how it can meet its academic and community goals while developing student leaders. Models from campuses across the country offer successful practices for recruiting and training student leaders in service-learning, using students to staff key administrative positions, and establishing student-faculty partnerships to design and run community-based courses. According to Campus Compact's member survey, nearly three-quarters of colleges and universities cite both student leadership development and student civic engagement as key outcomes in their strategic plans. Students as Colleagues is a must for anyone on campus seeking to achieve these institutional goals.

Paper: 978 0 9729394 5 4 / $35.00
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