||Service-Learning is an educational model rapidly growing in popularity and is informed by a growing body of research. The list below highlights important contributions to the service-learning discourse to date; the SLP will continue to update this section as new literature emerges.
Battistoni, R.M. (1997). Service Learning and Democratic Citizenship. Theory into Practice, 36(3), 150-156.
Colby A., Erlich, T., Beaumont, E., & Stephens, J. (2003). Educating citizens. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
Colby A., Beaumont, E., Ehrlich, T., & Corngold, J. (2007). Educating for democracy. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
Cress, C. M., Burack, C., Giles, D. E., Elkins, J., & Stevens, M. C. (2010). A promising connection: Increasing college access and success through civic engagement. Boston: Campus Compact.
Dewey, J. (1916). Democracy and education: An introduction to the philosophy of education. New York: The Free Press.
Eyler, J. & Giles, D. (1999) Where's the learning in service-learning. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
Gelmon, S., Hollan, B., Driscoll, A., Spring, A., & Derrigan, S. (2000). Assessing service-learning and civic engagement: Principles and techniques. Providence, RI: Campus Compact.
Jacoby, B. (2003). Fundamentals of service-learning partnerships. In B. Jacoby and Associates (Eds.), Building partnerships for service-learning (pp. 1-19). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
Kezar, A. & Rhoads, R. (2001). The dynamic tensions of service learning in higher education: A philosophical perspective. The Journal of Higher Education, 72(2), 148-171. Retrieved from
Mitchell, T. (2008) Traditional vs. critical service-learning: Engaging the literature to differentiate two models. Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning, 14(2), 50-65. Retrieved from http://quod.lib.umich.edu/m/mjcsl/
Stoecker, R. & Tryon, E. (Eds.) (2009). The unheard voices: Community organizations and service-learning. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.