Community Engaged Learning Resources

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This is a guide to selected general sources on community-engaged learning, with a section on graduate students. Most sources are available full-text online, or in print in Gleeson Library or via Link+. Sources with an asterisk* are licensed for use only by current USF students, staff, and faculty. For assistance accessing these sources or to recommend a source, go to Ask a Librarian

Campus-Community Partnerships

Bacon, N. (2002). Differences in faculty and community partners' theories of learningMichigan Journal Of Community Service Learning9(1), 34-44. 

*Baum, H. S. (2000). Fantasies and realities in university-community partnershipsJournal Of Planning Education and Research20(2), 234-246. 

*Blouin, D. D., & Perry, E. M. (2009). Whom does service learning really serve? Community-based organizations' perspectives on service learningTeaching Sociology, 37(2), 120-135.

Bringle, R. G., Clayton, P. H., & Price, M. F. (2009). Partnerships in service learning and civic engagementPartnerships: A Journal of Service Learning & Civic Engagement, 1(1), 1-20.  To access this article, register on the journal site or USF users request via Illiad.

*Bringle, R. G., & Hatcher, J. A. (2002). Campus–community partnerships: The terms of engagementJournal of Social Issues, 58(3), 503-516. doi:10.1111/1540-4560.00273 

Cox, D. N. (2000). Developing a framework for understanding university-community partnershipsCityscape: Journal of Policy Development and Research, 5(1), 9-26. doi:10.2307/20868491 

Curwood, S., Munger, F., Mitchell, T., Mackeigan, M., & Farrar, A. (2011). Building effective community-university partnerships: Are universities truly ready? Michigan Journal Of Community Service Learning, 17(2), 15-26. 

d'Arlach, L., Sanchez, B., & Feuer, R. (2009). Voices from the community: A case for reciprocity in service-learningMichigan Journal Of Community Service Learning, 16(1), 5-16. 

Jacoby, B. (2003). Building partnerships for service-learning. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. Not available at the USF libraries, but USF users may request via Link+.

Jameson, J. K., Clayton, P. H., & Jaeger, A. J. (2011). Community engaged scholarship as mutually transformative partnerships. In L. Harter, J. Hamel-Lambert, & J. Millesen (Eds.), Participatory partnerships for social action and research (pp. 259-277). Dubuque IA: Kendall Hunt.

Kecskes, K. (2006). Behind the rhetoric: Applying a cultural theory lens to community-campus partnership developmentMichigan Journal Of Community Service Learning, 12(2), 5-14. 

Kelshaw, T., Lazarus, F., & Minier, J. (2009). Partnerships for service-learning: Impacts on communities and students. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. Not available at the USF libraries, but USF users may request via Link+.

Leiderman, S., Furco, A., Zapf, J., & Goss, M. (2002). Building partnerships with college campuses: Community perspectives. Washington, D.C.:  The Council of Independent Colleges. 

Mills, S. D. (2012). The four furies: primary tensions between service-learners and host agenciesMichigan Journal Of Community Service Learning19(1), 33-43.

*Minkler, M. (2005). Community-based research partnerships: Challenges and opportunitiesJournal Of Urban Health, 82(s2), 3-12.

Sandy, M. (2007). Community voices: A California campus compact study on partnerships. San Francisco: California Campus Compact.

Sandy, M., & Holland, B. A. (2006). Different worlds and common ground: Community partner perspectives on campus-community partnershipsMichigan Journal Of Community Service Learning, 13(1), 30-43. 

Tryon, E., & Stoecker, R. (2008). The unheard voices: Community organizations and service-learningJournal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement, 12(3), 47-60. 

Vernon, A., & Ward, K. (1999). Campus and community partnerships: Assessing impacts and strengthening connectionsMichigan Journal of Community Service Learning, 6(1), 30-37. 

Community-Engaged Learning or Service-Learning

Astin, A.W., Vogelgesang, L.J., Ikeda, E.K., & Yee, J.A. (2000). How service learning affects students. Los Angeles: Higher Education Research Institute, University of California, Los Angeles.

*Billig, S., & Furco, A. (2002). Service-learning through a multidisciplinary lens. Greenwich, CT: Information Age. Available at Gleeson Library.

Bowley, E., & Meeropool, J. (2003). Service-learning in higher education: Trends, research, and resourcesGenerator 21(3), 12-16. 

*Butin, Dan Wernaa. (2006). The limits of service‐learning in higher educationThe Review of Higher Education, 29(4), 473‐498.  

*Campus Compact. (2003). Introduction to service-learning toolkit: Readings and resources for faculty (2nd ed.) Providence, RI: Campus Compact. Available at Gleeson Library.

*Eyler, J., & Giles, D. E. (1999). Where's the learning in service-learning? San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. Available at Gleeson Library

Eyler, J., Giles, Jr,. D.E., Stenson, C.M., & Gray, C.J. (2001). At a glance: What we know about the effects of service-learning on college students, faculty, institutions, and communities, 1993-2000: Third edition. Vanderbilt University. 

Furco, A. (1996). Service-learning: A balanced approach to experiential education. In Taylor, B. (Ed.) Expanding Boundaries: Serving and Learning. Washington D.C.: Corporation for National Service. Reprinted in Campus Compact’s (2000) Introduction to Service Learning Toolkit. 

*Green, A. E. (2003). Difficult stories: Service-learning, race, class, and whitenessCollege Composition and Communication, 55(2), 276-301.

*Hirschinger-Blank, N., Simons, L., Finley, L., Clearly, J., & Thoerig, M. (2013). A pilot study of a criminal justice service-learning course: The value of a multicultural approachInternational Journal of Teaching & Learning in Higher Education, 25(1), 14-28.

Howard, J. (2001). Four myths about academic service-learning. And Three necessary criteria for academic service-learning. In Howard, J (Ed.), Service-Learning Course Design Workbook (10-13). Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan OCSL Press.  

*Jacoby, B. (1996). Service-learning in higher education: Concepts and practices. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. Available at Gleeson Library.

*La Lopa, J. M. (2012). Service-learning: Connecting the classroom to the community to generate a robust and meaningful learning experience for students, faculty, and community partnersJournal of Culinary Science & Technology, 10(2), 168-183.

*Marullo, S. S., & Edwards, B. B. (2000). From charity to justice: The potential of university-community collaboration for social changeAmerican Behavioral Scientist, 43(5), 895-912. 

Mitchell, T. D. (2008). Traditional vs. critical service-learning: engaging the literature to differentiate two modelsMichigan Journal of Community Service Learning, 14(2), 50-65. 

Moely, B. E., McFarland, M., Miron, D., Mercer, S., & Ilustre, V. (2002). Changes in college students' attitudes and intentions for civic involvement as a function of service-learning experiencesMichigan Journal of Community Service Learning, 9(1), 18-26.

*Peterson, T. (2009). Engaged scholarship: reflections and research on the pedagogy of social changeTeaching In Higher Education, 14(5), 541-552. doi:10.1080/13562510903186741

*Rosner-Salazar, T. A. (2003). Multicultural service-learning and community-based research as a model approach to promote social justiceSocial Justice, 30(4), 64-76.

Seifer, S.D. (2002). NSLC fact sheet: The evidence base for service-learning. Scotts Valley, CA: National Service-Learning Clearinghouse.

Tryon, E., Stoecker, R., Martin, A., SeBlonka, K., Hilgendorf, A., & Nellis, M. (2008). The challenge of short-term service learningMichigan Journal of Community Service Learning, 14(2), 6-26. 

*See more books on community-engaged and service learning at the USF libraries. 

Problem-Based Service-Learning or Project-Based Service-Learning

*Connor-Greene, P. A. (2002). Problem-based service learning: The evolution of a team projectTeaching of Psychology, 29(3), 193-197. 

*Gordon, R. (2000). Problem based service learning:  a fieldguide for making a difference in higher education. Keen, NH: Education by Design. Available at Gleeson Library.

Hugg, R., & Wurdinger, S. (2007). A practical and progressive pedagogy for project based service learning.International Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, 19(2), 191-204. 

*Kloppenborg, T. J., & Baucus, M. S. (2004). Project management in local nonprofit organizations: Engaging students in problem-based learningJournal of Management Education, 28(5), 610-629.

*Peterson, T. O. (2004). Assessing performance in problem‐based service‐learning projectsNew directions for teaching and learning, 2004(100), 55-63.

*West, J., & Simmons, D. (2012). West, J. J., & Simmons, D. (2012). Preparing Hispanic students for the real world benefits of problem-based service learning projectsJournal of Hispanic Higher Education, 11(2), 123-135.

Whitfield, T. S. (1999). Connecting service-and classroom-based learning: The use of problem-based learningMichigan Journal of Community Service Learning, 6(1), 106-11.

Community-Based Research

*Ansley, F., & Gaventa, J. (1997). Researching for democracy & democratizing researchChange, 29(1), 46-53. 

*Bach, R., & Weinzimmer, J. (2011). Exploring the benefits of community-based research in a sociology of sexualities courseTeaching Sociology, 39(1), 57-72.

Beckman, M., Penney, N., & Cockburn, B. (2011). Maximizing the impact of community-based researchJournal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement, 15(2), 83-104. 

*Bell, S., Mattern, M., & Telin, M. (2007). Community-action learningJournal of Political Science Education, 3(1), 61-78. 

*Brooks, N., & Schramm, R. (2007). Integrating economics research, education, and service. The Journal of Economic Education, 38(1), 36-43. 

Carter, M., Rivero, E., Cadge, W., & Curran, S. (2002). Designing your community-based learning project: Five questions to ask about your pedagogical and participatory goalsTeaching Sociology, 30(2),158-173.

*Chapdelaine, A., & Chapman, B. L. (1999). Using community-based research projects to teach research methodsTeaching of Psychology, 26(2), 101-105.

*Cope, M. (2009). Challenging adult perspectives on children's geographies through participatory research methods: Insights from a service-learning courseJournal of Geography in Higher Education, 33(1), 33-50.

*Dallimore, E., Rochefort, D. A., & Simonelli, K. (2010). Community‐based learning and researchNew Directions for Teaching and Learning, 2010(124), 15-22.

Harter, L.M., Hamel-Lambert, J., & Millesen, J.L. (Eds.). (2011). Participatory partnerships for social action and research. Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt Press. Not available at the USF libraries, but USF users may request via Link+.

Honadle, B. W., & Kennealy, P. (2011). Using service-learning & civic engagement to educate students about stakeholder analysisPartnerships: A Journal of Service Learning & Civic Engagement, 2(1), 1-19.

*Gibson, M., Hauf, P., Long, B. S., Sampson G., (2011). Reflective practice in service learning: Possibilities and limitationsEducation + Training, 53(4), 284‐296.  

Jacoby, B. (2009). Civic engagement in higher education: Concepts and practices. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass. Not available at the USF libraries, but USF users may request Link+.

Kane, E. W. (2012). Student perceptions of community-based research partners and the politics of knowledgeMichigan Journal of Community Service Learning, 19(1), 5-16.

*Kezar, A. (2005). Redesigning for collaboration within higher education institutions: An exploration into the developmental processResearch in Higher Education, 46(7), 831-860.

*Minkler, M. (2004). Ethical challenges for the “outside” researcher in community-based participatory researchHealth Education & Behavior, 31(6), 684-697.

*Paul, E. L. (2006, Winter). Community-based research as scientific and civic pedagogyPeer Review, 8(1), 12‐15. 

Percy, S. L., Zimpher, N.L., & Brukardt, M.J. (Eds.). (2006). Creating a new kind of university: Institutionalizing community-university engagement. Boston, MA: Anker Publishing Company. Not available at the USF libraries, but USF users may request via Link+.

Puma, J., Bennett, L., Cutforth, N., Tombari, C., & Stein, P. (2009). A case study of a community-based participatory evaluation research (CBPER) project: Reflections on promising practices and shortcomings. Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning, 15(2), 34-47.

Stoecker, R. (2005). Research methods for community change: A project-based approach. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. Not available at the USF libraries, but USF users may request via Link+.

*Stoecker, R. (2009). Are we talking the walk of community-based research? Action Research, 74(5), 385-404. doi: 10.1177/1476750309340944

*Stoecker, R. (2003). Community-based research: from practice to theory and back againMichigan Journal of Community Service Learning, 9(2), 35-46. 

*Stoecker, R. (2002). Practices and challenges of community-based researchJournal of Public Affairs, 6(Supp1), 219-239. 

Stoecker, R., & Tryon, E. (Eds.). (2009). The unheard voices: Community organizations and service learning. Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press. Not available at the USF libraries, but USF users may request via Link+.

*Stoecker, R., Loving, K., Reddy, M., & Bollig, N. (2010). Can community-based research guide service learning?Journal of Community Practice, 18(2-3), 280-296. doi:10.1080/10705422.2010.485878 

Strand, K. J. (2000). Community-based research as pedagogyMichigan Journal of Community Service Learning, 7(1), 85-96. 

Strand, K. J. (2003). Principles of best practice for community-based researchMichigan Journal of Community Service Learning, 9(3), 5-15.  

Strand, K., Marullo, S., Cutforth, N., Stoecker, R., & Donohue, P. (2003). Principles of best practice for community-based researchMichigan Journal of Community Service Learning, 9(3), 5-15. See this special issue on community-based research.

*Strand, K. J., Cutforth, N., Stoecker, R., Marullo, S., & Donohue, P. (2003). Community-based research and higher education: Principles and practices. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. Not available at the USF libraries, but you may request it via Link+.

Willis, J., Peresie, J., Waldref, V., & Stockmann, D. (2003). The undergraduate perspective on community-based researchMichigan Journal of Community Service Learning, 9(3), 36-43. See this special issue on community-based research. 


*Ash, S. L., & Clayton, P. H. (2004). The articulated learning: An approach to guided reflection and assessmentInnovative Higher Education, 29(2), 137-154.

Ash, S. L., & Clayton, P. H. (2009). Generating, deepening, and documenting learning: The power of critical reflection in applied learningJournal of Applied Learning in Higher Education, 1(1), 25-48. 

Ash, S.L., Clayton, P.H., & Atkinson, M.P. (2005) Integrating reflection and assessment to capture and improve student learningMichigan Journal of Community Service Learning, 11(2), 49-60. 

*Bringle, R. G., & Hatcher, J. A. (1999). Reflection in service learning: Making meaning of experienceEducational Horizons, 77(4), 179-185. 

Bringle, R. G., Clayton, P. H., & Hatcher, J. A. (2012). Research on service learning: Conceptual frameworks and assessment, 2A: Students and Faculty. Not available at USF libraries, but USF users may request via Link+

Correia, M.G. & Bleicher, R.E. (2008). Making connections to teach reflectionMichigan Journal of Community Service Learning, 14(2), 41-49. 

*Eyler, J. (2002). Reflection: Linking service and learning—linking students and communities. Journal of Social Issues, 58(3), 517-534. 

Felten, P., Gilchrist, L. Z., & Darby, A. (2006). Emotion and learning: Feeling our way toward a new theory of reflection in service-learningMichigan Journal of Community Service Learning, 12(2), 38-46. 

*Hatcher, J.A., & Bringle, R.G. (1997). Reflections: Bridging the gap between service and learning. Journal of College Teaching, 45, 153-158. 

Hatcher, J.A., Bringle, R.G., & Muthiah, R. (2004). Designing effective reflection: What matters to service-learning?Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning, 11(1), 38-46. 

*Molee, L. M., Henry, M. E., Sessa, V. I., McKinney Prupis, E. R., (2010). Assessing learning in service‐learning courses through critical reflectionJournal of Experiential Education, 33(3), 239‐257. 

Rama, D. & R. Battistoni (2001). Using structured reflection to enhance learning from service

Reed, J. & Koliba, C. (1995). Facilitating reflection: a manual for leaders and educators


*Ambrose, S. A., Bridges, M. W., DiPietro, M., Lovett, M. C., & Norman, M. K. (2010). How learning works: Seven research-based principles for smart teaching. John Wiley & Sons. Available at Gleeson Library.

*Angelo, T. A., & Cross, K. P. (1993). Classroom assessment techniques: A handbook for college teachers. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. Available at Gleeson Library.

Ash, S. L., Clayton, P. H., & Moses, M. G. (2009). Learning through critical reflection: A tutorial for service-learning students. Raleigh, NC: PHC Ventures. No full-text available; USF users request via Illiad.

Ash, S. L., Clayton, P. H., & Atkinson, M. P. (2005). Integrating reflection and assessment to capture and improve student learningMichigan Journal of Community Service Learning, 11(2), 49-60. 

Astin, A. W., & Sax, L. J. (1998). How undergraduates are affected by service participationJournal of College Student Development, 39(3), 251-263. 

*Borden, A. W. (2007). The impact of service-learning on ethnocentrism in an intercultural communication courseJournal of Experiential Education, 30(2), 171-183.

*Boss, J. A. (1994). The effect of community service work on the moral development of college ethics studentsJournal of Moral Education, 23(2), 183-198. 

Bowen, G. A. (2007). Reflection methods and activities for service learning: A student manual and workbook. Dubuque, IA: Kendal/Hunt. Not available at the USF Libraries or via Link+; USF users request via Illiad

Bradley, J. (1995).  A model for evaluating student learning in academically based service. In Troppe, M., Connecting cognition and action: Evaluation of student performance in service learning courses, Providence, RI: Campus Compact. 

Bringle, R. G., Hatcher, J. A., & Muthiah, R. N. (2010). The role of service-learning on the retention of first-year students to second yearMichigan Journal of Community Service Learning, 16(2), 38-49. 

*Bringle, R. G., Phillips, M. A., & Hudson, M. (2004). The measure of service learning: Research scales to assess student experiences. Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association. At Gleeson Library.

Gallini, S. M., & Moely, B. E. (2003). Service-learning and engagement, academic challenge, and retentionMichigan journal of community service learning, 10(1), 5-14. 

Gelmon, S. B., Holland, B. A., Driscoll, A., Spring, A., and Kerrigan, S. (2001). Assessing the impact of service-learning and civic engagement: Principles and techniques. Providence. RI: Campus Compact. Full-text not available; USF users request via Illiad

*Lundy, B. L. (2007). Service learning in life-span developmental psychology: Higher exam scores and increased empathy. Teaching of Psychology, 34(1), 23-27. 

*Markus, G. B., Howard, J. P. F., & King, D. C. (1993). Notes: Integrating community service and classroom instruction enhances learning: Results from an experimentEducational Evaluation and Policy Analysis, 15(4), 410. 

Mundy, Meaghan, and Janet Eyler. (2002). Service-learning & retention: Promising possibilities, potential partnerships. (ED482320).

*Peterson, T. O. (2004). Assessing performance in problem‐based service‐learning projectsNew directions for teaching and learning, 2004(100), 55-63. 

*Ross, L. (2010). Notes from the field: learning cultural humility through critical incidents and central challenges in community-based participatory researchJournal Of Community Practice, 18(2-3), 315-335. 

Shapiro, D. F. (2012). Collaborative faculty assessment of service-learning student work to improve student and faculty learning and course designMichigan Journal Of Community Service Learning, 19(1), 44-57. 

Steinke, P., & Buresh, S. (2002). Cognitive outcomes of service-learning: Reviewing the past and glimpsing the futureMichigan Journal of Community Service Learning, 8(2), 5-14. 

Troppe, M., (Ed) (1995) Connecting cognition and action: Evaluation of student performance in service learning courses. Providence, RI: Campus Compact. Full-text not available; USF users request via Illiad

*Yan, W., & Rodgers, R. (2006). Impact of service-learning and social justice education on college students' cognitive developmentNASPA Journal (National Association Of Student Personnel Administrators, Inc.), 43(2), 316-337. 

Zubizarreta, J. (2009). The learning portfolio: Reflective practice for improving student learning. San Francisco:  Jossey-Bass. Not available at USF Libraries, but you may request via Link+.


This section includes sources on community-engaged learning in disciplines, such as business and management, nursing, counseling, teacher education, chemistry, and public administration.

*Arnold, R., & McMurtery, R. F. (2011). Integrating service learning into counselor education: applications and implicationsResearcher: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 24(1), 59-74.

*Austin, A. E., & McDaniels, M. (2006). Using doctoral education to prepare faculty to work within Boyer's four domains of scholarshipNew Directions for Institutional Research, 2006(129), 51-65.

Beckman, M., Brandenberger, J.W., & Smith Shappell, A. (2009, Fall). Graduate students and community-based learningAcademic Exchange Quarterly, 13(3), 45-50.

*Bies, R. J. (1996). "Down and Out" in D.C.: How Georgetown M.B.A. students learn about leadership through service to othersJournal Of Business Ethics, 15(1), 103-110. 

Bloomfield, V. (2005). Civic engagement and graduate educationCommunicator, 38(3). 

*Briody, J. (2005). Infusing preservice teacher preparation with service learningJournal Of Early Childhood Teacher Education, 26(2), 149-155. 

*Burnett, J. A., Hamel, D., & Long, L. L. (2004). Service learning in graduate counselor education: Developing multicultural counseling competencyJournal of Multicultural Counseling and Development, 32(3), 180-191.

*Carpenter, H. (2011). How we could measure community impact of nonprofit graduate students' service-learning projects: Lessons from the literatureJournal of Public Affairs Education, 17(1),115-131.

Day, C. R., Proulx-Curry, P., & Hansen, S. (2006). Civic engagement in graduate education: Preparing the next generation of engaged scholars. Wingspread Conference Report. 

*Donahue, D. M., Bowyer, J., & Rosenberg, D. (2003). Learning with and learning from: Reciprocity in service learning in teacher educationEquity & Excellence In Education, 36(1), 15-27. 

Fuhrman, N. (2010). Graduate students as evaluation consultants for natural resource programs: A service-learning success story. Presentation. 

Gregorio, D. I., DeChello, L. M., & Segal, J. (2008). Service learning within the University of Connecticut Master of Public Health programPublic Health Reports, 123(Suppl 2), 44.

Gunaratna, N. S., Johnson, C. A., & Stevens, J. R. (2007). Service-learning for graduate students through a student-run consulting programJournal Of Statistics Education, 15(2).

*Hagan, L. (2012). Fostering experiential learning and service through client projects in graduate business courses offered onlineAmerican Journal Of Business Education, 5(5), 623-632. 

Hou, S. (2009). Service learning + new master of public health student = challenges for the professorInternational Journal Of Teaching And Learning In Higher Education, 20(2), 292-297. 

Jaeger, A. J., Sandmann, L. R., & Kim, J. (2011). Advising graduate students doing community-engaged dissertation research: The advisor-advisee relationshipJournal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement, 15(4), 5-26.

*Kammler, D. C., Truong, T. M., VanNess, G., & McGowin, A. E. (2012). A service-learning project in chemistry: Environmental monitoring of a nature preserveJournal Of Chemical Education, 89(11), 1384-1389. 

*Logsdon, M. C., & Ford, D. D. (1998). Service-learning for graduate studentsNurse Educator, 23(2), 34-37. 

*Masuda, J. R., Creighton, G., Nixon, S., & Frankish, J. (2011). Building capacity for community-based participatory research for health disparities in Canada: The case of “partnerships in community health research”Health Promotion Practice, 12(2), 280-292. doi:10.1177/1524839909355520 

*Mbugua, T., & Godek, L. (2012). Integrating international service-learning in an academic graduate course: An instructor and student perspectivePublic Voices, 12(2), 19-37. 

Murray, C. E., Pope, A. L., & Rowell, P. C. (2010). Promoting counseling students' advocacy competencies through service-learning: An action research evaluationJournal of Social Action in Counseling and Psychology, 2(2), 29-46. 

*Narsavage, G. L., Lindell, D., Chen, Y., Savrin, C., & Duffy, E. (2002). A community engagement initiative: Service-learning in graduate nursing educationJournal Of Nursing Education, 41(10), 457-61.

*O'Meara, K. (2008). Graduate education and community engagementNew Directions For Teaching And Learning, 2008(113), 27-42.  See this bibliography for other possible sources.

O’Meara, K., & Jaeger, A. (2007). Preparing future faculty for community engagement: History, barriers, facilitators, models and recommendationsJournal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement, 11(4), 3-26
Peters, M. e., & Gauthier, K. (2009). Integrating community engaged research into existing school of education graduate research courses. Online Submission. (ED505328).

*Perkins, S., Kidd, V., & Smith, G. (1999). Service-learning at the graduate level. In Droge, D., & Murphy, B. O. (Eds.) Voices of strong democracy – Concepts and models for service-learning in communication studies (pp. 35-45). Washington, D.C.: American Association for Higher Education.

Quinn, S. (2006). Facilitating service-learning for the first time with advanced graduate students: A mentoring perspective. Mentoring & Tutoring: Partnership In Learning, 14(1), 97-110. Not available at USF; USF users request via Illiad

Reinke, S. J. (2003). Making a difference: does service-learning promote civic engagement in MPA students?Journal Of Public Affairs Education, 9(2), 129-138. doi:10.2307/40215605 To access this article, register for a JSTOR account or request it via Illiad

*Rhee, K. S., & Sigler, T. (2010). Developing enlightened leaders for industry and community: executive education and service-learning. Journal Of Management Education, 34(1), 163-181. 

*Richards, J. (2013). Transformations in graduate education majors' relational care in a service-learning writing courseReading Improvement, 50(1), 19-29. 

*Tilley-Lubbs, G. (2011). Preparing teachers for teaching immigrant students through service-learning in immigrant communitiesWorld Journal Of Education, 1(2), 104-114. doi:10.5430/wje.v1n2p104 

van der Meulen, E. (2011). Participatory and action-oriented dissertations: The challenges and importance of community-engaged graduate researchThe Qualitative Report, 16(5), 1291-1303.

Wilczenski, F. L., & Schumacher, R. A. (2008). Service learning integrated in urban school counselor preparationJournal Of School Counseling, 6(12).

*Yi, L., & Lambright, K. T. (2010). Looking beyond the undergraduate classroom: factors influencing service learning's effectiveness at improving graduate students' professional skillsCollege Teaching, 58(4), 118-126. doi:10.1080/87567550903583777.