Conference Proceedings: Research on Service-Learning and Community Engagement

Posted by on October 17, 2011

The International Association for Research on Service-Learning and Community Engagement (IARSLCE) invites you to join in conversation with fellow researchers and practitioner-scholars through our inaugural
conference Proceedings, now available online at

The Proceedings is an online, interactive publication that provides summaries and references for the over 150 sessions to be facilitated by scholars from around the world at the 11th annual conference this fall (November 2 – 4, Chicago IL). It is intended to increase the public visibility of research related to service-learning and community engagement and to facilitate communication and collaboration among
researchers and practitioner-scholars.

How might you use the Proceedings?
~ Discover the exciting range of current research on service-learning and community engagement.
~ Connect with colleagues.
~ Plan your participation at the conference.
~ Engage in conversation before, during, and after the conference.
~ Find new resources and references to support your own scholarship and enhance your own practice.

You will need to create a wiki account if you do not already have one, but you do NOT need to be a member of the Proceedings wiki in order to post comments or questions (so no need to request membership in this particular wiki).

The Proceedings is co-created and produced by members of the IARSLCE Graduate Student Network, under the leadership of Senior Editorial Fellow Barbara Harrison (Brock University, Canada) and supported by co-editors Billy O’Steen (University of Canterbury, New Zealand) and Patti Clayton (IUPUI & UNCG, USA).

For more information about the IARSLCE annual conference, including lodging and registration, please visit

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