This bibliography highlights resources for higher education, community-based, and tribal/Native American service-learning.
Source: National Service-Learning Clearinghouse, updated by Bob Bhaerman, September 2007.
APCO Associates. (1999). Perceptions: Understanding and responding to what people think about service-learning. Battle Creek, MI: W.K. Kellogg Foundation.
Berger Kaye, C. (2010). The complete guide to service learning: Proven, practical ways to engage students in civic responsibility, academic curriculum, & social action. Minneapolis: Free Spirit Publishing.
Bhaerman, R., Cordell, K., & Gomez, B. (1998). The role of service-learning in educational reform. Alexandria, VA: National Society for Experiential Education.
Billig, S., & Kraft, N. (1998). Linking federal programs and service-learning: A planning, implementation, and evaluation guide. Lancaster, PA: Technomics Publishers.
Billig, S. H. (August, 2002). Support for k-12 service-learning practice: A brief review of the research. Educational Horizons.
Exley, R. J. (Fall/Winter 2000/2001). Getting started with service-learning: Teachers at all levels integrating service into the curriculum. Continuance, 22-26.
Furco, A. (2002). Is service-learning really better than community service? A study of high school service program outcomes. In Service-Learning: The Essence of the Pedagogy, edited by Andrew Furco and Shelley Billig, 23-50. Greenwich, CT: Information Age Publishers.
Johnson, M. (2001). Lessons learned about service-learning: Voices of experience about urban service-learning in Saint Paul public schools. Minneapolis, MN: National Youth Leadership Council & Arlington, VA: American Association of School Administrators.
Kinsley, C. (1997). Elementary school programs. In Community Service Learning: A Guide to Including Service in the Public School Curriculum, edited by Rahima Wade. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press.
Klopp, C., Liptrot, J., & Klopp, K. (2005). Getting started in service-learning: An elementary through high school handbook. St. Paul, MN: National Youth Leadership Council.
National Service-Learning Clearinghouse. (n.d.). Getting Started. Scotts Valley, CA: Author.
National Service-Learning Clearinghouse. (n.d.) . Toolkits. NSLC Resources and Tools.
National Youth Leadership Council. (2003). State Farm state of service-learning project part one. Minneapolis, MN: Author.
National Youth Leadership Council. (2003) . State Farm state of service-learning project part two. Minneapolis, MN: Author.
Northwest Regional Education Laboratory. (n.d.). Service-learning tool box: Workpages and checklists to help you get started and keep you going. Portland, OR: Author.
Points of Light Foundation. (March, 2002). Recognition in service-learning. National Service-Learning Clearinghouse Fact Sheet.
RMC Research Corporation. (January, 2003). Why districts, schools, and classrooms should practice service-learning. National Service-Learning Clearinghouse Fact Sheet.
Shoemaker, A. (1999). Teaching young children through service: A practical guide for understanding and practicing service-learning with children ages 4 through 8. St. Paul, MN: National Youth Leadership Council.
Toole, P. (Ed.). (1999). Essential elements of service-learning. Minneapolis, MN: National Youth Leadership Council.
Wenger, M. et al. (2006). Academic success through service: Field tested service-learning strategies for grades 3-5. St. Paul, MN: National Youth Leadership Council.
Astin, A. W., Vogelgesang, L. J., Ikeda, E. K., & Yee, J. A. (2000). Understanding the effects of service learning: A study of students and faculty. Los Angeles, CA: UCLA Higher Education Research Institute. http://gseis.ucla.edu/heri/understanding_service_learning.html
Battistoni, R., Gelmon, S. B., Saltmarsh, J., Zlotkowski, E., & Wergin, J. (2003). The engaged department toolkit. Providence, RI: Campus Compact.
Billig, S., & Furco, A. (2002). Service-learning: The essence of the pedagogy. Greenwich, CT: Information Age Publishing.
Butin, D. W. (Ed.). (2005). Service-learning in higher education. New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan.
Campus Compact. (2000). Introduction to Service-Learning Toolkit: Readings and Resources for Faculty. Providence, RI: Author.
Eyler, J., & Giles, Jr., D. E. (1999). Where's the learning in service-learning? San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.
Eyler, J. S., Giles, Jr., D. E., Stenson, C. M., & Gray, C. J. At a glance: What we know about the effects of service-learning on college students, faculty, institutions, and communities, 1993-2000, third edition. Washington, DC: Corporation for National and Community Service.
Gray, M. J., Ondaatje, E. H., & Zakaras, L. (1999). Combining service and learning in higher education: Summary report. Santa Monica, CA: RAND Corporation.
Hatcher, J. (1998). Service-learning tip sheets: A faculty resource guide. Indianapolis, IN: Indiana Campus Compact.
Jeter, A. R. (2003). Getting started: How to develop and maintain an effective service learning program on your campus. Mesa, AZ: Campus Compact National Center for Community Colleges.
Joyce, S. A., & Ikeda, E. K. (2002). Serving safely: A risk management resource for college service programs. San Francisco, CA: California Campus Compact.
Mihalynuk, T. V., & Seifer, S. D. (February, 2003). Risk management and liability in higher education service-learning. National Service-Learning Clearinghouse Fact Sheet.
Schneider, M. K. (June, 1998). Models of good practice for service-learning programs: What can we learn from 1,000 faculty, 25,000 students, and 27 institutions involved in service. AAHE Bulletin, 9-12.
Seifer, S. D. (March, 2002). Discipline-specific service-learning resources for higher education. National Service-Learning Clearinghouse Fact Sheet.
Seifer, S. D. (May, 2002). Institutional structures for service-learning in higher education. National Service-Learning Clearinghouse Fact Sheet.
Seifer, S. D., & Connors, K. (2007). Faculty toolkit for service-learning in higher education. Scotts Valley, CA: National Service-Learning Clearinghouse.
Seifer, S. D., & Holmes, S. (May, 2002). Tools and methods for evaluating service-learning in higher education. National Service-Learning Clearinghouse Fact Sheet.
Wright, J. (1997). Administrator's guide to service learning. Clemson, SC: National Dropout Prevention Center.
Zlotkowski, E. (1999). The American Association for Higher Education (AAHE) series on service-learning in the disciplines. Washington, DC: AAHE.
Abravanel, S. A. (2003). Building community through service-learning: The role of community partner. Denver, CO: Education Commission of the States National Center for Learning and Citizenship.
Bailis, L. N., & Lewis, B. (2003). Overview of what is known about the scope of community-based service-learning in the United States. The Generator, 21(3), 17-19.
Cairn, R. (2003). Partner power and service-learning: Manual for community-based organizations to work with schools. Minneapolis, MN: ServeMinnesota! & Minnesota Department of Education.
Cairn, R., & Cairn, S. (1990). Collaborators: Schools and communities working together for youth service. Minneapolis, MN: National Youth Leadership Council.
Cairn, R., & Scherer, C. (1996). Agencies + schools = Service-learning--A training toolbox. Washington, DC: Points of Light Foundation.
Dischler, K., & Schmidt, B. (2005). Collaborating with schools: A guide for community-based organizations. Madison, WI: RSVP of Dane County, Wisconsin Intergenerational Network. Retrieved from /filemanager/download/Collaborating_with_Schools_11-05_final.pdf
Innovation Center for Community and Youth Development. (2004). Creating change: How organizations can connect with youth, build communities, and strengthen themselves. Chevy Chase, MD: Author.
Leiderman, S., Furco, A., Zapf, J., & Goss, M. (2003). Building partnerships with college campuses: Community perspectives. Washington, DC: Council of Independent Colleges.
Minnesota Office on Volunteer Services. (1993). Power and potential of youth in service to communities. St. Paul, MN: Author.
Missouri State Service-Learning Advisory Council. (2003). A toolkit for service-learning partners. Jefferson City, MO: Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.
Points of Light Foundation. (2003). Community-based service-learning: Recommended resources. National Service-Learning Clearinghouse Bibliography.
YMCA. (2004). The YMCA service-learning guide: A tool for enriching the member, the participant, the YMCA, and the community (2nd edition). Chicago, IL: Author.
Tribal / Native-American & U.S. Territories
Dalke, B., & Holloway, M. (2003). Whouy Sze Kuinalth: Teaching our many grandchildren - Curriculum guide. Alaskan Native Knowledge Network.
Dawson, C. T., & Grayson, L. G. (2001). Native American service-learning: Learning to serve, serving to learn. Washington, DC: Corporation for National and Community Service.
Dawson, C. T., & Johnson, L. A. (2001). Learn and Serve America programs in U.S. Territories. Washington, DC: Corporation for National and Community Service.
Dunlap, M. R. (Fall, 1998). Voices of students in multicultural service-learning settings. Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning, 5, 58-67.
Green, A. E. (Fall, 2001). But you aren't white: Racial perceptions and service-learning. Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning, 8(1), 18-26.
IndianEduResearch.Net: Tools for Educational Research and Development. Charleston, WV: ERIC Clearinghouse on Rural Education and Small Schools.
Johnson, C. (October, 2003). Native American resources. National Service-Learning Clearinghouse Bibliography.
Ness, J. E., & Huisken, J. S. (2002). Expanding the circle: Respecting the past, preparing for the future. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Institute on Community Integration.
Pewewardy, C. (n.d.). Native American educational philosophy. Kansas City, KS: University of Kansas.
Swisher, K. G., & Tippeconnic III, J. W. (1999). Bibliography of American Indian and Alaska Native education resources. In Next Steps: Research and Practice to Advance Indian Education. Charleston, WV: ERIC Clearinghouse on Rural Education and Small Schools.
United National Indian Tribal Youth, Inc. UNITY Newsletter. Oklahoma City, OK: Author.
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