Newsletter 1 | Historical Memory of Service-Learning in European Higher Education
Responsibility, reciprocity and solidarity are essential elements in the University’s training programs. In response to this requirement, the service– learning methodology has been installed, little by little, in the universities of European countries, such as Spain, and many others in Latin America, through innovative experiences in all areas of knowledge.
Newsletter 2 | The Role of Social Entities in Service-Learning Experiences
These real life cases often take the form of social organizations in the direct community of the organization (or hopefully more often in the future, also in other communities). The involvement of these community social organizations can be an enrichment for service learning in many ways; for the students and of course for the community (organizations).
Newsletter 3 | Is there a European Approach of Service-Learning in Higher Education?
With the aim to clarify if there is a European approach of Service-Learning in Higher Education, the Observatory organized the first Experts’ Seminar in Madrid, 26TH February 2020. This Newsletter is based on the information thrown by twenty-six experts on Service-Learning from twelve European countries that contributed to this event.
Newsletter 4 | SETTING A GLOBAL RESEARCH AGENDA for Service-Learning and Community Engagement
IARSLCE is developing a the Global Research Agenda to identify the key research questions, areas of research focus, needed methodological considerations, and other research-related issues that will guide the field’s research activities over the next five to ten years and beyond.