Resources from the 2015 Institute
on Community-Engaged Teaching, Research & Scholarship
Here is a list of resources referred to during the 2015 Institute sessions.
Dr. Richard Kiely's Keynote presentation slides:
Resources referenced by the keynote:
Dr. Patti Clayton's DEAL Model for Critical Reflection: Describe, Examine, and Articulate Learning
Dr. Patti Clayton's article on the counter-normative aspects of service-learning:
Clayton, P. H., & Ash, S. L. (2004). Shifts in Perspective: Capitalizing on the Counter-Normative Nature of Service-Learning. Vol. 11(1) p.59-70.
Resources for Designing a Community-Based Learning Experience:
Community Engagement Course Design presentation slides (pdf, 648KB)
Faculty Toolkit for Service-Learning in Higher Education supports faculty in any discipline with planning, designing, implementing and evaluating service-learning programs.
Basic Course Design Template - coming soon!
Paradigms of Community Engagement (pdf, 276KB)
Resources for Community Engagement and the Promotion & Tenure Process:
Community-Engaged Scholarship Toolkit assists graduate students and faculty to carefully document their CES and produce strong portfolios for promotion and tenure.
Resources referenced during the Accessing Resources panel:
From Elise Newkirk-Kotfila, Coordinator of Community Relations, SUNY Chancellor's Office:
From Dan McCormack, Center for Applied Community Research & Development:
Handout for Developing your Broader Impacts Project for the NSF Grant Application (.doc, 18KB)