There are a number of resources to assist faculty members who develop and teach service learning courses. These include the publications listed below, web-based resources, workshops, conferences, and of course, fellow faculty members, who are probably the best resources of all!
Books (Library and/or EaglesConnect Office):
160 Ways to Help the World: Community Service Projects for Young People, Linda Leeb Duper
Be a Global Force of One!, John Boal
Better Together: Restoring the American Community, Robert Putnam
Bowling Alone: The Collapse and Revival of American Community, Robert Putnam
Building a Movement: A Resource Book for Students in Community Service, Campus Outreach Opportunity League (COOL)
Combining Service and Learning: A Resource Book for Community and Public Service, Vol. 1, 2 & 3, Jane Kendall and Associates, National Society for Internships & Experiential Education/Campus Compact
Community Service as Values Education, Cecilia Delve, Suzanne Mintz, Greig Stewart ed.
Educating Citizens: Preparing America's Undergraduates for Lives of Moral and Civic Responsibility, Anne Colby, Thomas Ehrlich, Elizabeth Beaumont, Jason Stephens
Engaging the Whole of Service-Learning, Diversity, and Learning Communities, Joseph Galura, Penny Pasque, David Schoem, Jeffry Howard
Fundamentals of Service Learning Course Construction, Kerrissa Heffernan
Journey to Service-Learning: Experiences from Independent Liberal Arts Colleges and Universities, Robert Sigmon and Colleagues, Council for Independent Colleges
A Practitioner's Guide to Reflection in Service Learning, Student Voices and Reflections, Janet Eyler, Dwight Giles, Jr., & Angela Schmiede, funded by CNS
Praxis I: A Faculty Casebook on Community Service Learning, Jeffery Howard, ed.
Praxis II: Service-Learning Resources for University Students, Staff and Faculty, Joseph Galura, Rachel Meiland, Randy Ross, Mary Jo Callan & Rick Smith, ed.
Praxis III: Voices in Dialogue, Joseph Galura, Jeffery Howard, Dave Waterhouse, & Randy Ross, ed.
Service Counts: Revitalizing Literacy Efforts in America Higher Education, Michael Kobrin and Rachel Nadelman, Charles Drago, ed., Campus Compact
Service-Learning Code of Ethics, Andrea Chapdelaine, Ana Ruiz, Judith Warchal, Carole Wells
Service Learning: A Movement's Pioneers Reflect on Its Origins, Practice, and Future, Timothy Stanton, Dwight Giles, Jr., & Nadinne Cruz
Service-Learning in Higher Education: Concepts and Practices, Barbara Jacoby and Associates
Service-Learning in the Disciplines, 18-book series, Edward Zlotkowski, ed., Each volume has discipline-specific syllabi, along with excellent general information.
Service-Learning Reader: Reflections and Perspectives on Service (textbook), Gail Albert, ed., National Society for Experiential Education.
A Social Change Model of Leadership Development, Version III, Higher Education Research Institute
What Do You Stand For? A Kid's Guide to Building Character, Barbara Lewis
Where's the Learning In Service-Learning?, Janet Eyler & Dwight Giles, Jr.
Other Print Resources (EaglesConnect Office):
Videos (EaglesConnect Office):