Campus Compact is a national partnership of higher education presidents that collaborate in the promotion of service learning. Many colleges and universities participate in Campus Compact. Examples of course syllabi can be found at www.compact.org/syllabi.
Massachusetts Campus Compact, http://ase.tufts.edu/macc/default.htm
The Massachusetts Campus Compact is an organization of higher-education institutions that collaborate on promoting service as a critical component of higher education. Bridgewater State University is a member. MACC provides conferences and a website with information helpful for faculty developing service learning activities, including a sampling of course syllabi.
Office of Academic Service Learning at Eastern Michigan University,
This website contains a wealth of information on resources, examples, and outcomes of academic service learning.
National Service Learning Clearinghouse, http://www.servicelearning.org/
The NSLC website provides news, information, and starter kits for service learning in higher education and K-12.
The Evidence Base for Service Learning in Higher Education,
This fact sheet provides information about the evidence of success in service learning.
The Big Dummy’s Guide to Service Learning at Florida International
Twenty-seven simple answers to questions on Faculty, Programmatic, Student, Administrative, & Non-Profit Issues in academic service learning. Includes answers to four faculty-originated questions:
#1 What is service learning? What are the goals of service-learning?
#2 How is service learning different from community service, internships, cooperative education, etc.?
#3 What about liability?
#4 What is the faculty's role? What is the Center's role? Who does what?
Last Modified: June 27, 2012