You have access to a large amount of information about service learning through the Library. The resources include journal articles, books, e-books, and government documents.
Some resources address service learning generally, and others are discipline specific.
When you look at the Library's catalog, print material will have Holdings information. The call number and location will tell you where to look for the material in the Library.
Call Number Copies Material Location
LC220.5 .U64 2012 1 Book Shelved by call number, A-L 4th floor, N-Z 3rd floor
Location "CURRENT PERIODICAL": All call numbers 2nd floor
Location "Shelved by call number": Call numbers beginning A - L 4th floor
Location "Shelved by call number": Call numbers beginning N - Z 3rd floor
Location "Music Listening Room": Call numbers beginning M 1st floor
Location "US Government Documents": All call numbers 1st floor
Service-learning offers a unique opportunity for America's young people -- from kindergarten to college students -- to get involved with their communities in a tangible way by integrating service projects with classroom learning. Service-learning engages students in the educational process, using what they learn in the classroom to solve real-life problems. Students not only learn about democracy and citizenship, they become actively contributing citizens and community members through the service they perform.
Service-learning can be applied across all subjects and grade levels; it can involve a single student or group of students, a classroom or an entire school. Students build character and become active participants as they work with others in their school and community to create service projects in areas like education, public safety, and the environment.
Learn and Serve:
A program of the Corporation for National and Community Service