Table of contents for Service-learning in higher education : concepts and practices / Barbara Jacoby and associates ; foreword by Thomas Ehrlich.


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Foreword, Thomas Ehrlich
Part I: Foundations and Principles of Service-Learning
1. Service-Learning in Today's Higher Education(Barbara Jacoby)
2. Principles of Good Practice in Service-Learning(Suzanne D. Mintz, Garry W. Hesser)
3. Enhancing Student Learning and Development Through Service-Learning(Marylu K. McEwen)
4. Developing Campus-Community Relationships (Catherine R. Gugerty, Erin D. Swezey)
Part II.  Designing a Spectrum of Service-Learning Experiences
5. One-Time and Short-Term Service-Learning Experiences(Mark D. McCarthy)
6. Ongoing Cocurricular Service-Learning(Cesie Delve Scheuermann)
7. Service-Learning in the Curriculum(Sandra L. Enos, Marie L. Troppe)
8. Intensive Service-Learning Experiences(Gail Albert)
9. Integrating Service-Learning Experiences into Postcollege Choices( Irene S. Fisher)
 Part III: Organizational, Administrative, and Policy Issues
10. Starting a Service-Learning Program(Diana A. Bucco, Julie A. Busch)
11. Administering Successful Service-Learning Programs(Penny Rue)
12. Issues Related to Integrating Service-Learning into the Curriculum(Keith Morton)
13. Institutionalizing Service-Learning(Sharon Rubin)
14. Securing the Future of Service-Learning in Higher Education: A Mandate for Action(Barbara Jacoby)



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Student service United States, Student volunteers in social service United States, Community and college United States, Education, Higher United States Curricula, Experiential learning United States