Resources and Links

Resources and Links

e-Book, Good Practice Guide and Achievements Statement

Other Project Outputs

Curriculum Map

Local Global Learning aimed to capture a snapshot of current activity in Australian higher education subjects that facilitate global perspectives for students through their community based learning experiences.

Mapping Community Based Learning

Summary Document (PDF, 1613 KB)

Full Report  (PDF, 1244 KB)

Literature Review

A summary literature review provides findings from literature around service learning and global citizenship, with particular focus on theories, pedagogies and student and community experiences.

Service Learning for global citizenship: theories, pedagogies and student and community experiences (PDF, 1026 KB)

Presentations

Presentations from the HERDSA Annual Conference 2015, Learning for Life and Work in a Complex World.

Presentation 1 (PDF, 1550 KB)

Presentation 2 (PDF, 519 KB)

Links

University Links
  • JCU facilitates a range of community-based learning activities across curriculum areas under the umbrella of Work Integrated Learning. JCU currently offers a number of service learning opportunities to students in Education, Social Work, Medicine, Journalism, and Creative Arts.
  • During a visit to JCU, Professor Barbara Holland of the University of Sydney discussed service-learning practice and research in the higher education sector. Download her presentation slides from the Work Integrated Learning website.
  • The University of Western Sydney encourages student engagement with the local and international community through a range of opportunities. Explore their Engagement website for further information.
Australian Links
  • Engagement Australia is an alliance of Australian universities that promotes university and community engagement for the public good. While not Service Learning specific, their journal and conferences have showcased service learning. Visit the Engagement Australia website for further information.
International Networks
Other Networks

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