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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
Organizational change and sustainability
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This page provides instructions about how to plan your conference experience by previewing the sessions, how to find information to use in your own scholarship, and how to join in conversation with other practitioners and scholars around the world. The
allows for interactivity, so we invite you to ask questions and leave comments on each session page. Occasionally, the wiki editor function seems to have a mind of its own, so we also ask for your patience with any format inconsistencies that may arise. We believe that the interactive potential of the wiki outweighs these minor shortcomings.
How to plan your conference experience or find information to use in your own scholarship
Using the navigation bar to find conference sessions:
The navigation bar is the light green area on the right hand side of the screen.
The conference sessions have been organized by tracks (e.g., Civic Learning Outcomes; Community Partnerships & Reciprocity), listed on the navigation bar.
Click on any conference track. You will be taken to a Table of Contents page for that track. All sessions in that track are listed.
Each Table of Contents page has is a graphic representation (word cloud) of each session, as well as the title and lead facilitator's name. The word clouds in each track have the same color scheme, for clarity and cohesiveness.
Click on any word cloud. You will be taken to the page about that session. On that page you will find detailed information about the session including facilitators' names and contact information, a summary of the session, and a reference list. At the top of each page you will find a link to a PDF of the page, which we recommend using as a reference document in your own work as it is the official representation of the session. Please refer to the conference program distributed for i
nformation regarding the date, time, and location of each session.
Using the search function to find conference sessions:
Near the top of the navigation bar, there is a white box with the text “Search Wiki.”
Type into that box what you are searching for. You may search by keyword, conference track, session facilitator's name, session format, session title, etc.
The search function will take you to a page that will provide you links to any content on this wiki that contains your search term. You will be able to click on any link you wish and will then be taken to that page.
How to join the conversation
At the bottom of each conference session page, there is a discussion area where you can leave a comment or ask a question. Please do!
In order to be able to post to the discussion board, you must request membership to the
You can do this by clicking the "Join" hyperlink at the top right of the wiki homepage.
If you already have a wiki account
, you will only need to include the email address associated with that account.
If you do not have a wiki account
, you will be prompted for a username, password, and email address.
Your request to join will be approved by someone on the Editorial Fellows Team.
Once you are a member of the wiki you may comment on or ask questions about any of the sessions. Please give it a try!
We request that all commenting be done with the commitment to maintaining the sense of order and decorum inherently associated with scholarly, professional publications.
a new discussion or leave a new comment or ask a question
first click the button, "view discussion posts," immediately to the right of the EDIT button at the upper right corner of that page (button with the push-pin graphic)
in the new page that opens
select "+ New Post"
type your comment or question
click the "post" button to save
to a post
click the title of the post you want to reply to at the bottom of the page
type in your reply
click the "post" button to save
Either way, you have joined the conversation! Thank you!
Session facilitators have been notified that comments and questions may be left on their session page in case they wish to respond or to post their own. We cannot guarantee that they will check these session pages. If there is something that you want to make sure reaches the session facilitators, you may want to consider emailing them directly. Their email addresses are usually included with their names, titles, and affiliations on the session page
IMPORTANT NOTE: If you find that you have inadvertently made any other changes to the
beyond leaving your comments and questions ... or if for any reason you need to undo an edit and cannot do so ... or if you cannot find what you are looking for, please contact Billy O'Steen [firstname.lastname@example.org] for assistance.
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Reasonable efforts have been made to ensure the accuracy of the content of the
. Neither the IARSLCE nor the Editorial Fellows Team endorses the content or bears any liability for misrepresentations, unprofessional postings, or changes made to the content by users.
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