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Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning

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Service learning -- Research, Service learning -- Study and teaching (Higher) -- United States, Service learning -- United States -- Planning


Discusses service learning research, emphasizing: why institutions are interested in service learning; service learning to promote community involvement; college presidents' role in promoting service learning; creating the capacity for change; and a research agenda. Emphasizes how much can be gained from communication between higher education researchers, program managers, and campus leaders, with the scholar/president as the bridge between them.


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This article was published in the Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning, Special Issue Fall 2000, pages 91-97.

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* At the time of publication Judith A. Ramaley was affiliated with the University of Vermont

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