The Center for Service Learning provides resources to support successful service learning implementation. These resources supply steps for implementation, programs for faculty to collaborate with other faculty, and documentation of faculty experiences for reporting data.
The CSL staff is available to answer questions about service learning, and help you understand how to incorporate it into your course. Some common questions include:
- How do I find a community partner? Can I have more than one?
- Does the service learning project need to take the entire semester?
- How do I do reflection with my students?
- How do I grade the service learning portion of the class?
- How much time do students need to spend on their service learning projects?
Whether you need help with community partners, reflection activities, or you just need to talk through the process, we can help with knowledge and resources.
Need a Speaker for your Class or Staff Meeting?
The CSL welcomes the opportunity to speak with your class or department about the benefits of service learning to the UTA community. If you would like us to give a presentation to your class, discuss service learning options during a staff meeting, or simply meet for a 1-on-1 discussion, we are here to assist you. Service Learning Speaker Request
Awareness Campaign now underway!
Have you seen our new service learning posters around campus? This is just the beginning of our Service Learning Awareness Campaign! Look for our new logo, tabling events, and more as we educate students, staff, and faculty on the positive impact service learning courses make to a student's current and future life goals.
Click here to download the CSL 8 1/2" x 11" flyer
Click here to download the CSL 11" x 17" poster
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International Association for Research on Service-Learning and Community Engagement
The International Association for Research on Service-Learning and Community Engagement (IARSLCE) is an international non-profit organization devoted to promoting research and discussion about service-learning and community engagement. The IARSLCE was launched in 2005, and incorporated in 2007.
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