By John Hamerlinck
Here are the follow-up items from the February 9, 2010 webinar on servive-learning in online courses.
Topics covered included:
- How are faculty currently implementing service-learning in online courses? What are the challenges and benefits?
- What types of service are students engaging in? Community-based research? Separate place-based volunteering at individual sites?
- What opportunities could online service-learning open up? International partnerships? Serving more rural communities or communities without colleges or universities?
Jean R. Strait, Hamline University, co-editor of The Future of Service Learning: New Solutions for Sustaining and Improving Practice; and John Hamerlinck, Minnesota Campus Compact.
- The MnSCU recording of the event is available here.
- Jean’s Educause article is available here.
- Book: The Future of Service Learning: New Solutions for Sustaining and Improving Practice
- Book: Service-eLearning: Educating for Citizenship
Presentations note: If you register at slideshare.net (its free!) you can download the full PPT files to your computer.
Jean Strait’s presentation
John Hamerlinck’s presentation