Successful service-learning programs: New models of excellence in higher education

Bringle, RG; Hatcher, JA

JOURNAL OF HIGHER EDUCATION

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71 4 504-507 DOI: 10.2307/2649151

 

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Service-Learning in Theory and Practice: The Future of Community Engagement in Higher Education

Palacios, Carlos

ANTHROPOLOGY & EDUCATION QUARTERLY

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42 1 79-80 DOI: 10.1111/j.1548-1492.2010.01113.x

 

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Higher Education and Democracy: Essays on Service-Learning and Civic Engagement

Guthrie, Kathy L.

REVIEW OF HIGHER EDUCATION

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36 1 129-131 DOI: 10.1353/rhe.2012.0059

 

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Liberating Service Learning and the Rest of Higher Education Civic Engagement

Weiss, H. Anne

JOURNAL OF POLITICAL SCIENCE EDUCATION

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14 2 281-285 DOI: 10.1080/15512169.2017.1418368

 

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English United Kingdom

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Service-learning and social entrepreneurship in higher education

Ni, Hao; Tian, Jing

HIGHER EDUCATION

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75 3 561-563 DOI: 10.1007/s10734-017-0155-8

 

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English Netherlands

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University service learning book review: intervention and research models in initial teaching training research mace s in ini ial teacninc raining

University service learning book review: intervention and research models in initial teaching training research mace s in ini ial teacninc raining

Publicaciones: Facultad de Educación y Humanidades del Campus de Melilla

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49 4 243-249 DOI: 10.30827/publicaciones.v4914.11738

 

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Spanish Spain

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Models of intervention and research in initial teacher training (2018), in the University collection of the Octaedro Publishing House, in the subject of Higher Education, is a book dedicated to bringing the pedagogical method of Learning-Service (ApS) to the university community. The ApS is a conception that integrates different trends that do not correspond to a unique reality, let alone neutral, highlighting the constant evolution in which this methodology is found. Although the experiences of ApS are increasingly present and acquire greater prominence in higher education, research in the educational field is in an embryonic state. The development and participation in ApS projects can contribute significantly to teacher training, providing this with qualities that will help you improve in your usual practice. The current perspective of the research around the ApS shows some examples, obtaining numerous benefits and learning for all the agents involved in this type of projects and showing the capacity of this methodology to offer answers to educational and social needs. In short, the ApS is an enlightening example to advance our training as teachers, favoring the integral development of the personality and professional training of students in initial training, according to the current educational and social reality.

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Germain M.-L. (2019). Integrating Service-Learning and Consulting in Distance Education. Bingley: Emerald Group Publishing.

Tekla Illes

Hungarian Educational Research Journal

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DOI: 10.1556/063.2021.00080

 

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English Hungary

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In the past decade, the popularity of online learning has grown significantly. The introduction of online education has the power to influence and redefine traditional higher education. Its positive judgement lies within its flexibility, which is necessary based on the discernible changing student demographic. A significant number of university students are no longer young adults who freshly graduated from high school. Even if they are, they no longer have the possibility to be full-time students because of the pressure of gaining work experience. Therefore, many of the students are working part or full time in addition to pursuing their education. Furthermore, some of those who are not fresh high school graduates are also parents and decide to continue their studies later in their lives. A reason for this is the emerging demand for a highly-skilled workforce. University students wish and expect their education to help them obtain the required qualities and qualifications that the world of work requires. These are some of the reasons for the changes happening in the format of course delivery: overcoming geographical boundaries, flexible timemanagement and serving the needs of a newly emerging student category. Although online education has the potential to bridge many problems, there is something in which it lacks, and that is community building. Germain focuses on the phenomenon of distance learning and the issue of blending traditional student community services into it. After years of prosperous application, the book, Integrating Service-Learning and Consulting in Distance Education, presents a service-learning model which allows students to function as a beneficial consultant to organizations. Integrating Service-Learning and Consulting in Distance Education is one of the two books written by Dr. Marie-Line Germain, researcher, teacher and award-winning Associate Professor in the field of Human Resources and Leadership. She has also published numerous research articles and presented them internationally as well as receiving several national awards. Besides her work as a researcher, she fills in a leadership role at Research and Professional Associations, while she also founded HR Consulting Initiative in 2011. Furthermore, Germain is a Visiting Scholar-professor in many countries, for example, China, Finland or Japan.

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Service-learning in higher education: Concepts and practices – Barbara-Jacoby-Associates

Leahy, L

JOURNAL OF ACADEMIC LIBRARIANSHIP

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23 5 424-424 DOI: 10.1016/S0099-1333(97)90058-6

 

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Service-learning in higher education: Concepts and practices – Jacoby,B

Bringle, RG

JOURNAL OF HIGHER EDUCATION

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68 6 715-717 DOI: 10.2307/2959972

 

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Higher education service learning sourcebook

Fitzgerald, L; Liddell, DL

JOURNAL OF COLLEGE STUDENT DEVELOPMENT

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43 5 758-761

 

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Service-learning in higher education: Concepts and practices

MacKay, K

JOURNAL OF COLLEGE STUDENT DEVELOPMENT

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42 6 636-637

 

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Service-learning at the American Community College: Theoretical and empirical perspectives

Chen, Yu April

COMMUNITY COLLEGE REVIEW

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43 4 407-409 DOI: 10.1177/0091552115590193

 

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Service-Learning and civic mission of the university. A development proposal

Aramburuzabala, Pilar

REVISTA INTERNACIONAL DE EDUCACION PARA LA JUSTICIA SOCIAL

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5 1 219-222

 

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Spanish Spain

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Service-Learning and civic mission in the university. A proposal development

Pelaez Paz, Carlos

REVISTA ESPANOLA DE PEDAGOGIA

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74 265 585-589

 

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Spanish Spain

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Service-Learning in Higher Education: Theory, practice and critical perspective

Gonzalez-Geraldo, Jose L.

TEORIA DE LA EDUCACION

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31 1 190-192

 

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Spanish Spain

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University service-learning: Models of intervention and research in initial teacher training

Ruiz-Corbella, Marta

REVISTA ESPANOLA DE PEDAGOGIA

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77 274 567-570

 

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Spanish Spain

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