Faculty and Staff – Additional Readings on Service in Higher Education

If you are looking for more information and research on service in post-secondary education, we suggest starting with Campus Compact’s (2003) text “Introduction to Service-Learning Toolkit: Readings and Resources for Faculty (2nd Ed.).” This good, easy read provides some context for how to implement service in higher education. If you are interested in further readings, here is a list of additional resources to help get you started.

  • Pascarella, E.T. & Terenzini, P.T. (2005). How College Affects Students Volume 2. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.
  • Astin, A.W. & Sax, L.J. (1998). How Undergraduates Are Affected by Service Participation. Journal of College Student Development, 39(3), 251-63.
  • Eyler, J. & Giles, Jr., D.E. (1999)Where’s the Learning in Service-Learning? San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.
  • Eyler, J., Giles, D.E., & Schmiede, A. (1996). A Practitioner’s Guide to Reflection in Service-Learning: Student Voices & Reflections. Nashville, TN: Vanderbilt University.
  • Campus Compact (Jan. 2006). A Preliminary Overview of the Literature Linking Service-Learning and Retention. Providence, RI: Campus Compact
  • Harward, D. (2007). Engaged Learning and the Core Purposes of Liberal Education. AAC&U Liberal Education,93(1), 6-15.
  • Heffernan, K. (2001). Fundamentals of Service-Learning Course Construction. Providence, RI: Campus Compact.
  • Howard, J.P. (2001). Service-Learning Course Design Workbook. Michigan Journal of Community Service-Learning. Ann Arbor, MI: OCSL Press.
  • Kuntz, A.M. (2006). Academic Citizenship: The Risks & Responsibility of Reframing Faculty Work. Journal of College & Character, 7(5), 1-9.
  • Raill, S. & Hollander, E. (2006). How Campuses Can Create Engaged Citizens: The Student View. Journal of College & Character, 7(1), 4-5.