Community-based learning, Civic engagement, Higher Education -- Social aspects
In the past two decades, the literature on campus-community partnerships as core components of pedagogies of engagement has grown exponentially. In this article, the director and a longtime faculty member of Portland State University’s capstone program report on interviews conducted with ten faculty-community partner pairs, gleaning insights on both the challenges of and lessons learned through partnering. This research adds to the literature through its use of relational methods that bring the voices of interviewees to readers, revealing a depth of connection across the institutional divide.
Kerrigan, Seanna M.; Reitenauer, Vicki L.; Arevalo-Meier, Nora. (2015). Enacting True Partnerships within Community-Based Learning: Faculty and Community Partners Reflect on the Challenges of Engagement. Metropolitan Universities, [S.l.], v. 26, n. 3, p. 63-78.