> Campus Compact
Resources for service-learning practitioners. Includes extensive links to web resources, job listings, news, model programs, sample syllabi, and more.
> Wisconsin Campus Compact
WICC’s mission is to strengthen civic engagement and service-learning partnerships between Wisconsin’s postsecondary institutions and the communities they serve.
> A History of Madison
Prepared by Morgridge Center for Public Service graduate fellow Haley Madden, this concise but thorough document is a useful tool for both students and instructors to better understand the long history of the land Madison sits on and some of the city’s most pressing current issues.
> Making the case for Community-based Learning
Community-based learning (CBL) consistently produces some of the highest learning outcomes of the high impact practices (HIPs). Why choose an engaged approach?
> National Society for Experiential Education
Conferences, awards & scholarships, partnerships, resources.
> Generator School Network/The National Service-Learning Clearinghouse
A searchable database of K-12 and higher education service-learning literature, information about Learn & Serve American efforts, links to service-learning information resources.
> National Service-Learning Listservs
Stay up-to-date with other practitioners of service-learning and share resources, best practices, and developments in the field.
> Community-Campus Partnerships for Health
Promotes health (broadly defined) through partnerships between communities and higher educational institutions.
> Michigan Journal of Community Service-Learning
The premiere national, peer-reviewed journal with articles on research, theory, pedagogy, and other issues related to academic (curriculum-based) service-learning in higher education.
> TRUCEN (The Research University Civic Engagement Network)
Engaged Scholarship Toolkit – updated. This year over 100 new references, articles and resources have been added to this comprehensive document.
> TRUCEN Engaged Scholarship Toolkit
The Toolkit has once again been updated. This year over 100 new references, articles and resources have been added to this comprehensive document.
> Centre for Community-Based Research
Canada-based resource: publications and resources.
> Center for Urban Research and Learning (CURL)
A “Science Shop” model, of Loyola University Chicago seeks to promote equality and to improve lives in communities throughout the Chicago metropolitan region. Research, program models, publications and more.
> Trent Centre for Community-Based Education
Another Science Shop hybrid in Peterborough, Ontario with many resources on this form of campus-community exchange.
> Living Knowledge Network: International Science Shops
Lots of resources on this model.
> Spring 2016 Community-based Research Study Executive Summary
A study of UW-Madison partnerships with community organizations
> Community Standards for Service Learning
A guide for community organizations and institutions of higher education to build better Service Learning relationships
Publications by our Staff
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Tryon, Elizabeth A. “Learning and Teaching Community-Based Research: Linking Pedagogy to Practice.” Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement 19.2 (2015): 201-206.
Tryon, E., and C. Hood (2013), “Globally-Engaged Learning Trends in the US”, Trends and Insights, International Education Association.
Stoecker, R., Hilgendorf, A., and E. Tryon (2008). Information and Communication Technology in Service Learning: A Case Study of Appropriate Use, in “Service-eLearning: Educating for Citizenship”, by A. Dailey-Hebert, E. Donnelli, and L. DiPadova-Stocks (Eds.). San Francisco: Anker Publishing.
Tryon, E.; R. Stoecker; et al: (2008), The Challenge of Short-Term Service-learning, Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning, 14 (2), 16-26.
Tryon, E. & R. Stoecker, “The Unheard Voices: Community Organizations and Service-Learning,” Journal of Outreach and Engagement, Fall 2008.
Elizabeth Tryon and J. A. Ross (2012). “Community-University Exchange: A Science Shop Model for authentic partnerships”, Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement, 16(4), 197-212.
Elizabeth Tryon and Megan Miller, “Community Engagement Models: Structures that create authentic reciprocal partnerships, Paper collection for the HLC Conference: 2011.
Tryon, E., M. Slaughter, J.A. Ross, (April, 2015), “Paradigm Shifts in Community-Based Learning for better Community Outcomes,” chapter in: Service Learning and Civic Engagement: A Sourcebook, Delano-Oriaran, O., Ed., Sage Publications.
Tryon, E., Nyden, P., and Hidayat, D. (2015). The United States: Opportunities for growth in a dynamic landscape; in Strengthening Community University Research Partnerships: Global Perspectives, University of Victoria and PRIA, Eds: Budd Hall, Rajesh Tandon, Crystal Tremblay, pp.255-271
The Unheard Voices: Community Organizations and Service Learning. Research on community impact of current service-learning practice in Madison, WI.
Tryon, E. & R. Stoecker, “Community Standards for Service Learning”, brochure written in collaboration with community agencies in Madison, 2007.