The NSLC supports service learning in higher education, K-12 and community-based organizations. The clearinghouse offers free access to their Service-Learning Ideas and Curricular Examples (SLICE) database, as well as sample forms and email discussion lists.
A national network for sharing resources for those engaged in service learning programs. Includes an Online Learning Center containing free courses and training sessions, a library of downloadable publications and an events calendar.
The national coalition of colleges and universities dedicated to services learning. Provides resources to faculty (research, assessment tools, sample syllabi) and students (volunteer opportunities, trainings and workshops, and student organization info).
This organization promotes and disseminates research and discussion about service-learning in higher education. They sponsor a conference (and post past conference proceedings), and put out a peer-reviewed journal.
This consortium of higher education institution seeks to support and strengthen community engagement and scholarship. The organization puts on a yearly conferences, hosts workshops, and provides scholarships and opportunities to publish.
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