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Community engagement and student retention, access, and success
Community partnerships and outcomes
Contexts and methods: Theoretical and conceptual frameworks, research designs, and methodological issues
Global community engagement and comparative studies
Higher education student outcomes A–J
Higher education student outcomes K–P
Higher education student outcomes Q–Z
K-12 civic and learning outcomes
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IARSLCE 2012 Conference
International Association for Research on Service-Learning and Community Engagement
International Association for Research on
Service-Learning and Community Engagement
2012 Annual Conference
for the 12th annual IARSLCE conference
September 23-25, 2012
An overview of the IARSLCE conference
Welcome to the second annual International Association for Research on Service-Learning and Community Engagement (IARSLCE) conference
are co-created by the
(EFs), an international group of 19 graduate students and two senior scholars who coordinated across time zones to undertake and promote a counternormative approach to research, service, and professional collaboration.
Since May of 2012, the Editorial Fellows have worked to fulfill a vision of "connected knowing" by creating these
in the form of an interactive wiki that includes summaries of the sessions from this year's conference, invites dialogue about the research, and facilitates connections and collaborations among the researchers and practitioner-scholars. The wiki format allows for networking and engagement before, during, and after the conference and provides enhanced access to scholars and scholarship from around the world.
This is the 12th year of the IARSCLE annual conference, and there are over 175 conference sessions that are organized into eight different tracks and four different session formats. You will find research about service-learning and community engagement throughout the world (e.g., New Zealand, Rwanda, Egypt, Malawi, South Africa). Session facilitators come from varied backgrounds as well: students, educators from K-12 and higher education, administrators, and community partners.
We hope the
will be a tool for fostering “connected knowing” and community building among conference participants as well as the worldwide service-learning and civic engagement community. For more detailed instructions about how the enter the conversation, visit the "How to use the online Proceedings" link on the navigation bar or
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For more information about the IARSLCE annual conference, including lodging and registration, please visit
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