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Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning by OCSL Press?
Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning (Volume 9) by Jeffrey Howard?
Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning Volume 1 by Jeffrey Howard1
Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning Volume 2 by Jeffrey Howard2
Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning Volume 3 by Jeffrey Howard3
Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning Volume 4 by Jeffrey Howard4
Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning Volume 5 by Jeffrey Howard5
Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning Volume 6 by Jeffrey Howard6
Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning Volume 7 by Jeffrey Howard7
Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning (fall 2000): Strategic Directions for Service-Learning Research by Jeffrey HowardSI-1
Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning: Service-Learning Course Design Workbook by Jeffrey HowardCV
Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning Volume 8 Number 1 by Jeffrey Howard8-1
Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning Volume 8 Number 2 by Jeffrey Howard8-2
Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning Volume 9 Number 1 by Jeffrey Howard9-1
Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning Volume 9 Number 2 by Jeffrey Howard9-2
Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning Volume 9 Number 3 by Jeffrey Howard9-3
Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning Volume 10 Number 1 by Jeffrey Howard10-1
Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning Volume 10 Number 2 by Jeffrey Howard10-2
Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning Volume 10 Number 3 by Jeffrey Howard10-3
Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning Volume 11 Number 1 by Jeffrey Howard11-1
Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning Volume 11 Number 2 by Jeffrey Howard11-2
Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning Volume 12 Number 1 by Jeffrey Howard12-1
Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning Volume 12 Number 2 by Jeffrey Howard12-2
Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning Volume 13 Number 1 by Jeffrey Howard13-1
Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning Volume 13 Number 2 by Jeffrey Howard13-2
Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning Volume 14 Number 1 by Jeffrey Howard14-1
Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning Volume 14 Number 2 by Jeffrey Howard14-2
Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning Volume 15 Number 1 by Jeffrey Howard15-1
Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning Volume 15 Number 2 by Jeffrey Howard15-2
Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning Volume 16 Number 1 by Jeffrey Howard16-1
Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning Volume 16 Number 2 by Jeffrey Howard16-2
Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning Volume 17 Number 1 by Jeffrey Howard17-1
Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning Volume 17 Number 2 by Jeffrey Howard17-2
Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning Volume 18 Number 1 by Jeffrey Howard18-1
Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning Volume 18 Number 2 by Jeffrey Howard18-2
Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning Volume 19 Number 1 by Jeffrey Howard19-1
Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning Volume 19 Number 2 by Jeffrey Howard19-2
Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning Volume 20 Number 1 by Jeffrey Howard20-1
Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning Volume 20 Number 2 by Jeffrey Howard20-2
Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning Volume 22 Number 2 by Jeffrey Howard22-2

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Recommendations

  1. Where's the Learning in Service-Learning? by Janet Eyler (1999)
  2. Successful Service-Learning Programs: New Models of Excellence in Higher Education by Edward Zlotkowski (1998)
  3. Philanthropy in the 21st Century: The Foundation Center's 50th Anniversary Interviews by Mitchell F. Nauffts (2007)
  4. Projects That Matter: Concepts and Models for Service Learning in Engineering by Edmund Tsang (2000)
  5. Community-Based Research and Higher Education: Principles and Practices by Kerry J. Strand (2003)
  6. Fundamentals of Service-Learning Course Construction by Kerrissa Heffernan (2001)
  7. The Practice of Problem-Based Learning: A Guide to Implementing PBL in the College Classroom by José A. Amador (2006)
  8. Vision in Action: Putting a Winning Strategy to Work by Benjamin B. Tregoe (1989)
  9. Developing and Implementing Service-Learning Programs (New Directions for Higher Education, No. 114, Summer 2001) by Mark Canada (2001)
  10. Future 500: Youth Organizing and Activism in the United States by Jee Kim (2002)
  11. Assessing for Learning: Building a Sustainable Commitment Across the Institution by Peggy L. Maki (2004)
  12. Introduction to Service-Learning Toolkit: Readings and Resources for Faculty, 2nd Edition by Campus Compact
  13. Service-learning in higher education : concepts and practices by Barbara Jacoby
  14. Assessing Service-Learning and Civic Engagement: Principles and Techniques by Sherril B. Gelmon (2001)
  15. Service-Learning Across Cultures: Promise and Achievement by Humphrey Tonkin (2004)

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