|Academic Service-Learning: A Pedagogy of Action and Reflection||An academic conception of service-learning, described as "a pedagogical model that intentionally integrates academic learning and relevant community service." |
|Building Partnerships for Service-Learning
|Contains models and tools for creating and sustaining service-learning
programs. Presents frameworks for developing sustainable partnerships
and profiles and case studies of successful partnerships with
communities, agencies, and public schools.
||Are you ready for college? New friends? Increased academic pressure? An
onslaught of social and economic responsibilities? Full of anecdotes
and practical advice, Campus Daze lets you know what to expect and how to minimize any difficulties.
|Challenger Teacher's Manual for Book 5 ||Reading Passages & Exercises |
|Change the World ||Gives readers the courage to use personal transformation to positively impact their home life, work life, and communities to be what he refers to as "inner-directed and outer-focused." |
|Chicken Soup for the College Soul
||This book deals with the myriad issues of college life, from homesickness to partying to GPAs and everything in between
|Civic Responsibility and Higher Education
||More than a century ago, John Dewey challenged the education community
to look to civic involvement for the betterment of both community and
campus. Today, the challenge remains.
|Colleges and Universities as Citizens
||Critically examines from a variety of perspectives how and why
institutions of higher education should accept Ernest Boyer's challenge
to become engaged citizens of their communities.
|Combining Service and Learning: Volumes I & 11
||A Resource Book for Community and Public Service.
|The Complete Guide to Service Learning ||A treasury of activities, ideas, quotes,
reflections, resources, hundreds of annotated "Bookshelf"
recommendations, and author interviews, presented within a curricular
context and organized by theme.|
|Conducting Educational Research ||Focuses on analyzing and critically evaluating published research. |
|Connecting Cognition and Action ||Evaluation of student performance in service-learning courses.|
|Creating a New Kind of University||Examines engagement from historical and comparative perspectives and provides a spectrum of practical ideas for and solutions to the real-world challenges of "doing" engagement. |
|Creating Learning Communities ||Learning communities, which bring together students, faculty, and staff in a common, typically interdisciplinary learning enterprise, offer extraordinary promise for energizing learning and increasing students' success. |
|Creating Successful Partnerships Between Academic and Student Affairs ||Discusses partnerships between academic affairs and student affairs.|
|Death From Child Abuse and No One Heard
||A true story about a little five-year-old girl who lost her life by her
mother's abusive boyfriend and the mother did nothing to stop him from
abusing her young child.
|Democratic Education in an Age of Difference
||Over the past two decades, American campuses have become embroiled in
debates and controversies over multiculturalism, curriculum, free
speech, and other issues of social, ethnic, sexual, and racial
differences. But out of this turbulence some exciting, innovative
experiments have emerged to show students and academic leaders that
there are promising maps for bridging acknowledged differences and
creating a dynamic new unity behind the principles of democracy.
|Developing and Implementing Service-Learning Programs ||Answers the questions: "What exactly is service learning?" and "How can
I do it effectively?" Both newcomers and veterans will appreciate the
clear, practical advice on such matters as finding community partners,
reaching diverse populations, and integrating service-learning and
||Educating Citizens reports on how some American colleges and
universities are preparing thoughtful, committed, and socially
|Encouraging the Heart
|In this warm and distinctly insightful work, Jim Kouzes and Barry
Posner draw out the leadership skill that is hardest to master, but can
offer the best results.
|The End of Work ||Illustrates that the soaring productivity advances made possible by new technologies are bringing the world economy close to cataclysm. He argues, however, that there is still time to avoid economic collapse, and offers challenging solutions for the public and private sectors. |
|Enhancing Student Learning ||This report views the intellectual, social, and emotional divides from a broader and more inclusive perspective which recognizes that student learning can and should be integrated in additional ways. |
|Evaluation||Presenting a new framework for understanding social policy and program evaluation, this practical guide gives evaluators in the field tools for gaining useful information efficiently and successfully. |
|Experiential Learning in Higher Education
||Provides the academic community with an understanding of the current
state-of-the-art practices in experiential learning, with suggestions
for program design and development and operation.
|Focus on Reading ||English language textbook for foreign speakers, includes compositions and exercises. |
|Forms of Intellectual and Ethical Development in the College Years ||An enduring framework for characterizing student development - a scheme so accurate that it still informs and advances investigations into student development across genders and cultures. |
|The Freshman Year Experience ||Presents an authoritative, comprehensive guide to the policies, strategies, programs, and services designed to ensure student achievement in the first year of college and to facilitate student retention and academic success in subsequent years. |
|Fundamentals of Service-Learning Course Construction
||Offers six models for service-learning courses, a catalogued sample of assignments, and sample syllabi.
|A Guide for Change: Resources for Implementing Community Service Writing ||Designed for instructors and students who would like to integrate "real world" writing projects into their courses. |
|A History of American Higher Education ||Covers the history of higher education in America. |
|How College Affects Students ||A comprehensive resource available on what is known about the effect of college on students. In this book, Pascarella and Terenzini take up where Feldman and Newcomb left off, synthesizing twenty more years of empirical research and over 2,600 studies, distilling what is known about how students change and benefit as a consequence of attending college. |
|Interpersonal Communication||Five-step learning model helps students improve interpersonal competence in well-defined ways—through conceptual understanding, modeling of realistic examples, practicing of skill-building exercises, self-assessment, and translating learning into behavior. |
|The Invisible Tapestry||Identifies properties on institutional culture and the ways cultural
perspectives have been used to describe college life. Examines
intellectual foundations of culture, institutional subcultures, and
implications for practice.|
||Details the extracurricular environments of fourteen diverse colleges
and universities and shows how and where successful conditions and
characteristics can be adapted to institutions to complement the
institution's unique educational purpose and mission.
|Journal of College Student Development Volume 43 No. 3-6
||The leading scholarly journal on the study of college students in the field of student affairs.
|Journal of College Student Development Volume 44 Nos. 1-3
||The leading scholarly journal on the study of college students in the field of student affairs.
|Knowing and Reasoning in College ||Demonstrates how educators can use a deeper understanding of the way students learn to teach more effectively. The author explains surprising gender-related patterns that affect the way students develop. |
|Leadership by Design: Strengthening Integrity in Higher Education
||Identifies the ideals that are essential to successful leadership in
colleges and universities. Bogue explains how values shape a leader's
realities, and he shows how leadership is a conceptual, moral, and
performing art form: built on ideas and ideals, as well as a solid
philosophical and empirical foundation, and perfected in practice.
|The Leadership Compass ||Analyzes the varied discourse on values and ethics. Addresses the need for self-scrutiny and explores leadership, the professoriate, and campus culture. |
|Learning Through Serving
||Enables the reader to derive the greatest benefit from the experience –
in terms of providing meaningful service to the community partner,
developing his or her skills and knowledge, and connecting back what
she or he learns to course objectives and the framework of his or her
|A Legal Guide for Student Affairs Professionals||Provides access to the laws that undergrid and regulate student programs, services, and activities. It offers a fully indexed and cross-referenced guide to the state and federal laws that bear on student conduct, students' relationships with institutions, institutional obligations toward students, and student and institutional liability relating to on- and off-campus events activities |
|Liberal Learning and the Arts of Connection for the New Academy ||Challenges us to think in fresh terms about the meaning of education for civic responsibility. What kinds of learning help all students prepare to assume responsibility and leadership in a democracy characterized by diversity and marked by persistent and invidious inequalities? |
|Life is So Good
||Valuable lessons in living, and a fresh, firsthand view of America during the twentieth century.
|On Becoming a Servant Leader
|Postulates that true leaders are those who lead by serving others.
Spanning a time frame of more than fifty years, this collection
includes original essays focused on the key issues - power, ethics,
management, organizations, and servanthood.
|Power of Servant Leadership
||Designed to stimulate and inspire people in the practice of a more
caring leadership and reflect Greenleaf's continual refinement of his
servant-as-leader concept, focusing on issues such as spirit,
commitment to vision, and seeing things whole.
|Powerful Programming for Student Learning: Approaches that Make a Difference ||Provides readers with guidance on implementing programming that is powerful, relevant, and focused on learning. The contributors detail each step of program assessment, planning, implementation, and outcome evaluation. |
|Project Achievement: Reading||
|The Promise of Partnerships||Offers straightforward guidance on how to tap into the resources and expertise of local colleges and universities. |
|Public Work & the Academy ||Provides academic leaders with a resource to increase their fluency with and ability to lead service-learning and civic engagement efforts on their campuses, with their peers, and throughout higher education. |
|Seeker and Servant
||Demonstrates the scope of Greenleaf's influence on contemporary
religious leadership. These insightful essays examine Greenleaf's core
belief that churches should be the most useful change agents in our
society, and they explore how seminaries could play a vital role in
energizing church leadership.
||Robert K. Greenleaf, who died in 1990, has been a powerful voice in the dialogue to reshape management and leadership policy.
|Service-Learning and the First-Year Experience ||Documents the congruence of two powerful educational concerns: the success of first year students and the potential of service-learning as a teaching-learning strategy. |
|Service-Learning Code of Ethics
||This book will prepare students, faculty, and administrators for the
sometimes difficult ethical dilemmas that arise during the
|Service-Learning in Higher Education
||Rooted in Dewey and building on the work of the National Society for
Experiential Education and its predecessors, this comprehensive volume
is useful for experienced practitioners and newcomers alike. Academic
deans, department heads, and faculty members will profit mightily from
its solid combination of conceptual underpinnings and specific
|Service-Learning: History, Theory, and Issues ||Explores the controversies surrounding service-learning practice. |
|Service Matters: A Sourcebook for Community Service in Higher Education||Compiles trends and statistics, national service initiatives, community
service contacts, funding information and national organizations with
more than 500 models and examples.|
|Student Affairs Functions in Higher Education||A current retrospective of the field of student affairs and overview of a range of specialized student affairs areas. |
|Student Learning Outside the Classroom
||Explores the issue of institutional productivity and student learning
outside the classroom. Reviews the conditions that can foster a climate
where out-of-classroom experiences can contribute to greater
|Student Service: The New Carnegie Unit
||A comprehensive report examining both voluntary and compulsory community service programs of high schools in America.
|Successful Service-Learning Programs ||Experienced leaders share how they have championed successful service-learning programs that have enriched their campuses and renewed their communities. |
|Syllabi Guide for Incorporating Service-Learning into the Curriculum
||Contains 116 sample syllabi from 57 disciplines and over 100 courses
from Florida community college and university courses that incorporate
|Teaching for Diversity and Social Justice
||Addresses the need to facilitate communication and understanding
between members of diverse social groups. It provides a unified
framework by which students can engage and critically analyze several
forms of social oppression and discrimination.
|A Time for Boldness ||Presents the story of how an urban research university is redefining what it means to be an engaged university. |
|Understanding the Role of Academic and Student Affairs Collaboration in Creating a Successful Learning Environment
||Examines authentic models of collaboration that will help to develop
successful student leaders for the new century. It reviews the results
of a national study on academic and student affairs collaborations and
provides organizational models and facilitators of change as well as
examples of facilitative strategies in action.
|Unglued, Tattooed & Renewed ||Compelling stories from teens whose lives have been drastically changed. |
What Matters in College?
|A completely new and expanded study of how students change and develop in college that reveals how colleges can enhance that development. Based on a study of more than 20,000 students, 25,000 faculty members, and 200 institutions, the book shows how academic programs, faculty, student peer groups, and other variables affect students' college experiences.
|Where's the Learning in Service-Learning?
||Defines learning expectations, presents data about learning, and links program characteristics with learning outcomes. It is the first book to explore the experience of service-learning as a valid learning activity.
|Who Rules America
||O'Keefe explains how career politicians have broken free of voter control--creating a system where their reelection is a foregone conclusion--and how citizens can reclaim their government.
|The Working Class Majority ||Using personal interviews, solid research, and down-to-earth examples, Zweig looks at a number of important contemporary social problems: the growing inequality of income and wealth, welfare reform, globalization, the role of government, and the family values debate. He shows how, with class in mind, our understanding of these issues undergoes a radical shift. |
|Writing for Change: A Community Reader
||A thematic reader designed for the first or second course in freshmen composition. It provides a rich selection of readings that address issues concerning family, community, work, education, health, diversity, and the environment.