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Disciplinary Pathways to Service Learning

Compiled and Edited by
David Droge
University of Puget Sound

November 1996

This monograph is published by CCNCCC both as a resource for faculty interested in incorporating service-learning into their course offerings and as a tribute to the efforts of some pioneers in this area.

I am grateful to Lyvier Conss and Terry Pickeral for the opportunity to work on this project; I especially appreciate the contributions of the dedicated teaching professionals whose work appears in this document.

    - David Droge, University of Puget Sound

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MISSION:

The Campus Compact National Center for Community Colleges, established in 1990, has a dual mission. First, it serves as a national advocate for community colleges to sustain service-learning as a national movement. Second, it serves member organizations and others in the promotion and implementation of community service as a means of teaching and learning to the benefit of students and the communities in which they serve.

CCNCCC STAFF:
Lyvier Conss, Executive Director
Terry Pickeral, Assistant Director and Coordinator of Instructional Programs
Rosa Gonzalez, Administrative Secretary

DISCIPLINARY PATHWAYS TO SERVICE-LEARNING EDITED BY

David Droge, Ph.D.
University of Puget Sound
Tacoma, Washington

SECRETARIAL SUPPORT:

Gladys Grant

DESKTOP PUBLISHING CONSULTANT:

Jacki Pearce-Droge, Director Community Involvement and Action Center
University of Puget Sound

COVER DESIGN:
Dino Design

This material is based upon work supported by the Corporation for National Service under a Learn and Serve America: Higher Education Grant - Community College Affinity Group. Opinions or points of view expressed in this document are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the official position of the Corporation for National Service or the Learn and Serve: Higher Education program.

Permission to reprint any of the essays contained in this publication must be obtained from the authors.

FOR ADDITIONAL COPIES OF THIS MONOGRAPH, PLEASE CONTACT:

Community College National Center for Community Engagement
1025 N Country Club Dr, Suite 320
Mesa, Arizona 85201

©Copyright 1996, Campus Compact National Center for Community Colleges

November 1996

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