Additional Community-based Learning Resource
Community Based Learning Reading List
A compilation of resources for faculty in various stages of involvement with CBL. All resources listed are available in the Johns Hopkins Library System.
Principles of Good Practice for Service-Learning Pedagogy
By Jeffery Howard, from Indiana Campus Compact’s website. Service-Learning is another term for Community-based Learning. This guide is clear and concise.
Engineering Projects in Community Service (EPICS) National Program
At 18 universities across the country, including Purdue, Dartmouth, and Princeton, EPICS programs “integrate highly mentored, long-term, large-scale, team-based, multidisciplinary design projects into the undergraduate engineering curriculum…teams work closely with a not-for-profit organization in the community to define, design, build, test, deploy and support projects that significantly improve the organization’s ability to serve the community.” A good source of ideas for engineering community-based learning projects.
Learn and Serve America’s National Service-Learning Clearinghouse
A very comprehensive website which contains links to many other resources.
The Center for Social Concern in Suite 200, Levering Hall also maintains a small but growing library of community-based learning materials, including recent editions of the Michigan Journal of Community Service-Learning.