This library is located in the Civic and Community Engagement Office in Cleveland Hall 306. Faculty members are invited to check out books that may be useful to them as they incorporate service-learning into their courses.
This handbook was created by SUNY Buffalo State's Civic and Community Engagement Office to serve as a helpful guide and tool for faculty incorporating service-learning into their course. The faculty handbook provides insight on the definition of service-learning, benefits of service-learning on involved parties, suggestions on establishing a partnership, recommendations about reflection, as well as the role of the office.
This resource was originally compiled by Gary Homana in August 2007 and was updated in May 2012 by Andrew Furco. When Dr. Andrew Furco came to SUNY Buffalo State in January 2013, he gave this to the service-learning faculty who attended the "Service-Learning: Reinvigorated" workshop.
To help your students understand what service-learning is and the benefits of utilizing this pedagogy in your course, please share this service-learning orientation with your students in class, on Blackboard, or invite a Civic and Community Engagement Office staff member to present this material in your class. If you need assistance uploading the Service-Learning Orientation to Blackboard, please see the "How to Add the Service-Learning Orientation PowerPoint to Blackboard" guide.
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