New Issue of Metropolitan Universities – Vol 30 No 3, Engaging Communities in East Asia
Posted by Metropolitan Universities journal on September 24, 2019
The latest issue of Metropolitan Universities journal, 30.3 ‘Engaging Communities in East Asia,’ showcases how urban-identified colleges and universities in East Asia are engaging with their communities through their academic and research missions. This issue highlights efforts in Hong Kong, Macau, Philippines and Taiwan, reflecting the Journal’s commitment to providing an international forum for diverse institutional perspectives on the role of institutions of higher education in the social and economic fabric of their communities.
Table of Contents
Service-Learning in Asia – Carol Ma, Thera Chiu, Lim Tai Wei
Introductory Service-Learning Experience: Macau College Students in Ethnic Minority School of Mountain Area in China – Chinghui Lu, Ziyan Chen, Ziyi Yang
How Service-Learning promotes intergenerational harmony: Case study of a Service-Learning project in a science course – Sze Nga Cecilia Au Yeung, Lai Ki LAM, Jonathan Fong
Civic Media Practice Facilitating Democratic Process in Two Environmental Community-Engaged Research in Taiwan – Loan Thi Phan, Ting Wan Hsu
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