Resources for Faculty Considering or Using Service-Learning
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The Institute is seeking bold and creative ways to use the great resources of the University of Detroit Mercy to serve our community. The Ford Motor Company Fund has pledged financial support to assist The Institute in fostering the strategic partnerships which form the centerpiece of this new program. For More Information
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Need to schedule your presentation or want us to prepare a list of course-appropriate service sites? Contact the ILS office at 313-993-2003 or by email at TheInstitute@udmercy.edu. Please give us a few weeks notice in advance of your course!
Resources for Course-planning
- Week-by-week calendar of Service-Learning support from ILS
- Faculty Startup Letter (.doc) reviews the basic components of an effective service-learning course
- Guides to Direct Service opportunities for your consideration
- Guide to Project Ideas with community partners
- Service-Learning Forms
- PowerPoint introduction to Service-Learning as used in class
- Sample syllabi listed according to discipline for Service-Learning courses
Resources on Reflection:
- A goldmine from Campus Compact on reflection - types, structuring it, using it.
- Reflection Activity Ideas and Helpful Tips for Faculty from St. Norbert College
- A SAGE Journal article on the Role of Reflection in Service-Learning
- Reflection Questions from Macomb Community College New York
- Our Faculty Startup Letter (.doc) gives the components of an effective service-learning course
- Our One Sheet Guide to Using Service-Learning (.doc) shows how the Kolb Learning Cycle plays a significant role in service-learning
- If you would like to discuss the possibility of adding a service-learning component to your course, please call Fr. Tim Hipskind at 313-993-2003 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org
Want to learn more about Service-Learning?
If you have any questions, don't hesitate to ask. You can either call Fr. Tim Hipskind at 313-993-2003 or you can e-mail him at email@example.com.