1 Boyer Commission, 1998; Kellogg Commission, 1999; Zlotkowski, 1996.
2 Derived from Eyler, Janet S., Dwight E.Giles, Jr., Christine M. Stenson, and Charlene J. Gray. “At a Glance: What We Know about the Effects of Service Learning on College Students, Faculty, Institutions and Communities, 1993-2001” 2001. Also includes components of the Corporation for National and Community Service and the University of Minnesota’s Community Service Learning Center .
3 Excerpted from Fundamentals of Service-Learning Course Construction. RI: Campus Compact, 2001, pp 2–7, 9.
4 Adapted from Enos, S. & Troppe. M. “Service-learning in the curriculum.”In B. Jacoby (Ed), Service-Learning in Higher Education: Concepts and Practices, 156-181, 1996. As compiled by Julie Hatcher, IUPUI.
5 Ward, Kelly and Lisa Wolf-Wendell. 2000. “Community-Centered Service Learning : Moving from Doing For to Doing With.” American Behavioral Scientist. 43:767-80
6 Perkins, Doug. 2010. “Forms of Sustainability and Levels of Civic Education and Change: Beyond Service-Learning,” Vanderbilt University. November 12.
7 “The Engaged University, Community Development, and Public Scholarship,” Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement, 11(1): 2006.
8 “The scholarship of engagement.” Journal of Public Service & Outreach. 1(1), 1996.
9 Howard, Jeffrey, ed., Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning: Service-Learning Course Design Workbook, University of Michigan: OCSL Press, Summer 2001 pp. 16–19.
10 Eyler, Janet S., Dwight E.Giles, Jr., Christine M. Stenson, and Charlene J. Gray. “At a Glance: What We Know about the Effects of Service Learning on College Students, Faculty, Institutions and Communities, 1993-2001” 2001; The four “conceptual criteria” by which Campus Compact determines quality higher-education service learning syllabi; and Hatcher, Julie A. Service learning tip sheets: A faculty resource guide, Indiana Campus Compact, 1998.
11 Jacoby, 1996 p.36 in Campus Compact.
12 Eyler, Giles, Stenson & Gray 2001.
13 Hatcher 1998.