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High-Impact Learning Practices

Journal Articles

Articles:

Carson, R. L., & Domangue, E. A. (2013). The emotional component of service-learning. Journal of Experiential Education36(2), 139-154.

Knapp, T., Fisher, B., & Levesque-Bristol, C. (2010). Service-learning's impact on college students' commitment to future civic engagement, self-efficacy, and social empowerment. Journal of Community Practice18(2/3), 233-251.

McMillan, J. (2011). What happens when the university meets the community? Service learning, boundary work and boundary workers. Teaching in Higher Education, 16(5), 553-564.

Rockenbach, A., Hudson, T. D., & Tuchmayer, J. B. (2014). Fostering meaning, purpose, and enduring commitments to community service in college: A multidimensional conceptual modelJournal of Higher Education85(3), 312-338.

Seider, S., Rabinowicz, S., & Gillmor, S. (2011). Changing American college students' conceptions of poverty through community service learning. Analyses Of Social Issues & Public Policy11(1), 105-126.

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