Below is a bibliography compiled by the Service Learning Staff of supplemental books, articles, handbooks, journals, and Web sites. These resources are extremely helpful if you are beginning to use Service Learning in a course, or simply if you are looking for ways to alter or expand your use of the pedagogy. Many of the books and articles are available online and linked below, and many others are available in the Service Learning Library. If you are interested in borrowing any of them, please contact Kim Jensen Bohat at firstname.lastname@example.org or (414) 288-0250.
Astin, A.W.,Vogelgesang, L.J., Ikeda, E.K., & Yee, J.A. (2000). How service learning affects students. Higher Education Research Institute, University of California Los Angeles.
Bowman, N.A., Brandenberger, J.W., Mick, C.S., & Smedley, C.T. (2010). Sustained immersion courses and student orientations to equality, justice, and social responsibility: The role of short-term service-learning. Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning, 17(1), 20-32.
De Leon, N. (2014). Developing intercultural competence by participating in intensive intercultural learning. Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning, 21(1), 17-30.
Driscoll, A., Holland. B., Gelmon, S., & Kerrigan, S. (1996). An assessment model for service-learning: Comprehensive case studies of impact on faculty, students, community and institution. Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning, 3(1), 66-71.
Eyler, J. (2000). What do we most need to know about the impact of service-learning on student learning? Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning, 7, 11-17.
Eyler, J., Giles, Jr., D.E., Stenson, C.M., & Gray, C.J. (2001). At a glance: What we know about the effects of service-learning on college students, faculty, institutions, and communities, 1993-2000: Third edition. Vanderbilt University.
Kronick, R.F., & Cunningham, R.B. (2013). Service-learning: Some academic and community recommendations. Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement, 17(3), 139-152.
Moely, B.E. & Ilustre, V. (2014). The impact of service-learning course characteristics on university students’ learning outcomes. Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning, 21(1).
Pelco, L.E., Ball, C.T., & Lockeman, K.S. (2014). Student growth from service-learning: A comparison of first-generation and non-first-generation college students. Journal of Higher Education Outreach & Engagement, 18(2), 49-65.
Simons, L., & Cleary B. (2006). The influence of service learning on students’ personal and social development. College Teaching, 54(4), 307-319.
Vogelgesang, L.J. & Astin, A.W. (2000). Comparing the effects of community service and service-learning. Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning, 7, 25-34.
Winston, F. (2015). Reflections upon community engagement: Service-learning and its effect on political participation after college. Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement, 19(1), 79-103.
Warren, J.L. (2012). Does service-learning increase student learning?: A meta-analysis. Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning, 18(2), 56-61.
Billig, S.H. & Waterman, A.S. (2003).Studying service learning. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
Bringle, R.G., Philips, M.A., & Hudson, M. (2004). The measure of service learning: Research scales to assess student experiences. Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association.
Cress, C.M., Donahue, D.M., and Associates. (2011). Democratic dilemmas of teaching service-learning: Curricular strategies for success. Sterling, VA: Stylus Publishing, Inc.
Davidson, G., Billig, S.H., & Springer, N.C. (2006).Advancing knowledge in service learning: Research to transform the field(K.M. Casey, Ed.). Greenwich, CT: Information Age Publishing.
Eyler, J. & Giles, Jr., D.E. (1999). Where's the learning in service-learning? San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.
Furco, A. & Billig, S.H. (2002). Service learning: The essence of the pedagogy. Greenwich, CT: Information Age Publishing.
Jacoby, B. & Associates (Ed.). (2003). Building partnerships for service-learning. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
Root, S., Callahan, J., & Billig, S. (Eds.). (2005).Improving service learning practice: Research on models to enhance impacts. Greenwich, CT: Information Age Publishing.
Strait, J.R. & Lima, M. (2009). The future of service-learning: New solutions for sustaining and improving practice. Sterling, VA: Stylus Publishing, Inc.
Ward, K. (2003). Faculty service roles and the scholarship of engagement. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.
Zlotkowski, E., Longo, N., and Williams, J. (Eds.) (2006). Students as colleagues: Expanding the circle of service-learning leadership. Providence, RI: Brown University Campus Compact.
Kajner, T., Chovanec, D., Underwood, M., & Mian, A. (2013). Critical Community Service Learning: Combining critical classroom pedagogy with activist community placements. Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning, 19(2): 36-48.
Kane, E.W. (2012). Student perceptions of community-based research partners and the politics of knowledge. Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning, 19(1): 5-17.
Lambright, K.T., & Lu, Y. (2009). What impacts the learning in service learning? An examination of project structure and student characteristics. Journal of Public Affairs Education, 15(4): 425-444.
McDonald, J. & Dominguez, L. (2015). Developing university and community partnerships: A critical piece of successful service learning. Journal of College Science Teaching, 44(3), 52-56.
Phillips, A., Bolduc, S.R., & Gallo, M. (2013). Curricular placement of academic service-learning in higher education. Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement, 17(4), 75-96.
Terry, J.D., Smith, B.H., & McQuillin, S.D. (2014). Teaching evidence-based practice in service-learning: A model for education and service. Journal on Excellence in College Teaching, 25(1), 55-69.
Waters, S. & Anderson-Lain, K. (2014). Assessing the student, faculty, and community partner in academic service-learning: A categorization of surveys posted online at Campus Compact member institutions. Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement, 18(1), 89-122.
Whitley, M.A. (2014). A draft conceptual framework of relevant theories to inform future rigorous research on student service-learning outcomes. Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning, 20(2): 19-40.
Bryant, J.A., Schoenemann, N., & Karpa, D. (2011). Integrating service-learning into the university classroom. Sudbury, MA: Jones and Bartlett Publishers.Casey, K.M., Davidson, G., Billig, S.H., & Springer, N.C. (2006). Advancing knowledge in service-learning: Research to transform the field. Greenwich, CT: Information Age Publishing, Inc.
Cipolle, S.B. (2010). Service-learning and social justice: Engaging students in social change.
Hatcher, J.A., & Bringle, R.G. (2012). Understanding service-learning and community engagement: Crossing boundaries through research. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing, Inc.
Jason, L.A., & Glenwick, D.S. (2012). Methodological approaches to community-based research. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
Johnson, R.G. III (2009). A twenty-first century approach to teaching social justice: Education for both advocacy and action. New York, NY: Peter Lang Publishing.
Kaye, C. B. (2004). The complete guide to service learning: Proven, practical ways to engage students in civic responsibility, academic curriculum, & social action. Minneapolis, MN: Free Spirit.
Meens, D.E. (2014). Democratic and social justice goals in service-learning evaluation: Contemporary challenges and conceptual resources. Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning, 21(1), 41-54.
Moely, B.E., Billig, S.H., & Holland, B.A. (2009). Creating our identities in service-learning and community engagement. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing, Inc.
Pliner, S.M. & Banks, C.A. (2012). Teaching, Learning, and Intersecting Identities in Higher Education. New York, NY: Peter Lang Publishing.
Stewart, T., & Webster, N. (2011). Problematizing service-learning: Critical reflections for development and action. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing, Inc.
Strand, K., Marullo, S., Cutforth, N., Stoecker, R., & Donohue, P. (2003). Community-based research and higher education. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.
Ash, S.L., & Clayton, P.H. (2004). The articulated learning: An approach to guided reflection and assessment. Innovative Higher Education, 29(2).
Ash, S. L., & Clayton, P.H. (2009). Generating, deepening, and documenting learning: The power of critical reflection in applied learning. Journal of Applied Learning in Higher Education, 1, 25–48.
Ash, S.L., Clayton, P.H., & Atkinson, M.P. (2005) Integrating reflection and assessment to capture and improve student learning. Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning, 11(2), 49-60.
Ash, S.L., Clayton, P.H., & Moses, M.G. (2007). Schematic overview of the DEAL model for critical reflection. Teaching and Learning Through Critical Reflection: An Instructors' Guide. Sterling, VA: Stylus Publishing.
Bleicher, R.E., & Correia, M.G. (2011). Using a “small moments” writing strategy to help students reflect on their service-learning experiences. Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement, 15(4), 17-30.
Falk, D. (1995). Preflection: A strategy for enhancing reflection. NSEE Quarterly, 13.
Gelmon, S. B., Holland, B. A., Driscoll, A., Spring, A., & Kerrigan, S. (2001). Assessing service-learning and civic engagement: Principals and techniques. Providence, RI: Campus Compact, Brown University.
Guthrie, K., & McCracken, H. (2014). Reflection: the importance of making meaning in e-service-learning courses. Journal of Computing in Higher Education, 26(3), 238-252.
Hatcher, J.A., & Studer, M.L. (2015). Service-learning and philanthropy: Implications for course design. Theory Into Practice, 54(1), 11-19.
Hatcher, J.A., Bringle, R.G., & Muthiah, R. (2004). Designing effective reflection: What matters to service-learning? Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning, 11(1), 38-46.
Maddrell, J. (2014). Service-learning instructional design considerations. Journal of Computing in Higher Education, 26(3), 213-226.
Patti, C. & Ash, S. (2005).Reflection as a key component in faculty development. On the Horizon, 13(3).
Reed, J. & Koliba, C. Facilitating reflection: A manual for leaders and educators.
Smagorinsky, P., Clayton, C.M., & Johnson, L.L. (2015). Distributed scaffolding in a service-learning course. Theory Into Practice, 54(1), 71-78.
Sturgill, A., & Motley, P. (2014). Methods of reflection about service learning: Guided vs. free, dialogic vs. expressive, and public vs. private. Teaching and learning inquiry, 1(81).
Welch, M. (1999). ABCs of reflection: A template for students and instructors to implement written reflection in service learning. NSEE Quarterly, 25(2), 23-25.
Wolcott, S.K., & Lynch, C.L. (2000). The reflective judgment model: Implications for service-learning and reflection.
Eyler, J., & Giles, D.E. (1996). A practitioner's guide to reflection in service-learning. Nashville: Vanderbilt University, 1996.
Fitzgerald, H.E., Burack, C, & Seifer, S.D. (2010). Handbook of engaged scholarship (Vol. 1). East Lansing: Michigan State University Press.
Jason, L.E. & Glenwick, D.S. (2012). Methodological approaches to community-based research (1st ed.). Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association.
Strand, K., Cutforth, N., Stoecker, R., Marullo, S., Donohue, P. (2003). Community-based research and higher education. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
Stoecker, R. (2013). Research methods for community change: a project-based approach (2nd e.). Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications.