December Update: New Community Engagement Resources
Books, Articles, and Journals
Diversity & Democracy, Fall 2015, Vol. 18, No. 4. Featuring- Identity and Social Action: The Role of Self-Examination in Systemic Change. By: Tania D. Mitchell, University of Minnesota.
Jigsaw Research Communities: Coordinating Research and Service Across Multiple course to Serve a Single Community Partner. In the Journal of Public Scholarship in Higher Education. By: Anne Cross and Deborah Eckberg, Metro State University.
Working (With/Out) the System: Educational Leadership, Micropolitics, and Social Justice. Edited by: James Ryan and Denise E. Armstrong.
Want your GIS students to excel as pros? Try service learning! By: Wing Cheung
Case Study: Is Service Learning Worth the Effort? By: Georgiana Bostean
Community Partner Guide to Campus Collaborations: Enhance Your Community By Becoming a Co-Educator With Colleges and Universities. By: Christine M. Cress , Stephanie T. Stokamer , and Joyce P. Kaufman
Returning to our Roots: Educating for Democracy. A concept paper on youth civic engagement. By: Generation Citizen
Experiential Learning in Philosophy. Edited by: Julinna Oxley and Ramona Ilea
Insurgent Democracy: The Nonpartisan League in North American Politics. By: Michael Lansing
Cities building Community Wealth, a report by the Democracy Collaborative. Check out their city profiles, Minneapolis is one of 20.
Stories of Impact: Nexus Community Partners. By: Hope Community, Inc. and Tracy Babler.
Community-Based Participatory Research and Evaluation Approaches in Native American Communities Edited by Dawn M. Mackety. The National Indian Education Association
Other (Videos, Toolkits)
A session recording: A Think Tank on Social Innovation and Civic Engagement in Higher Education, organized by Duke University and Washington University.
A session recording: The 21st Century Engaged Public Research University. Institute for Advanced Study, University of Minnesota
Digital Storytelling Toolkit: Immigrant Stories for College Students. Immigration History Research Center, University of Minnesota.
Do Now You: Currently seeking professors to integrate the Do Now You project (online science discussions using social media) into their classrooms.