Message from the Directorof EOSLHE

As the past decade comes to an end Service-Learning continues to spread throughout institutes of Higher Learning across Europe. The strength of this methodology, based on experiential education and an interest in working with communities and organizations in need, lies in its potential to create a transformative social movement.

The European Observatory of Service-Learning in Higher Education (EOSLHE) shares this commitment with civic minded universities. Here lies the theme of these reports, which combines the efforts of the Executive Team of EOSLHE and the generous contributions from experts in the field of Service-Learning.

This endless work has paid off. Since January 2019, when it was created, the Observatory has conducted multiple activities related to the dissemination, research, promotion of networking, and mapping of Service-Learning. One example of this work is seen in the eighty-six Service-Learning experiences from eighteen countries that the Observatory has recorded so far.

Foto Pilar Aramburuzabala

Pilar Aramburuzabala
President of EASLHE
Director of EOSLHE

We are proud to present the reports elaborated by EOSLHE

Annual Report 2020- Response to COVID 19

We are proud to pAnnual Report 2020- Response to COVID 19resent the second Annual Report of EOSLHE. It is a record of 2020, a year full of challenges and opportunities.

For Service-Learning this year has also been an opportunity. S-L has gained much visibility and has demonstrated its necessity. In the academic institutions, we have had the opportunity to restructure projects, research, and teaching to adapt them to the COVID-19 situation

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REVIEW OF SERVICE-LEARNING IN EUROPEAN HIGHER EDUCATION

The main resResearch Reportults of this research have shown that Europe has its own idiosyncrasies regarding S-L. European higher education is playing an active role in this increasingly global phenomenon. Society demands social responsibility and civic commitment from tertiary education institutions, and S-L not only meets this requirement but also strengthens teaching and research.

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Annual Report 2019 - State of the Art of Service-Learning in European Higher Education

2019 Annual Report of EOSLHE

The European Observatory of Service-Learning in Higher Education (EOSLHE) shares this commitment with civic minded universities. Here lies the theme of this report, which combines the efforts of the Executive Team of EOSLHE and the generous contributions of 28 experts in the field of Service-Learning from 16 countries.

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