High-quality and comprehensive databases and information services on community engagement, campus/community partnerships, service learning and engaged scholarship are available to OkCC members through the following links, along with the links they provide.
The Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education have provided links to several external websites below and hope they are helpful. However, the State Regents cannot accept responsibility for the accuracy or content of these sites or guarantee full access to them.
National Campus Compact
The national Campus Compact website contains information about course syllabi, consulting services, publications, journals, conferences, national initiatives, research and funding opportunities, as well as links to each of the state compacts.
National Service-Learning Clearinghouse
A comprehensive national database for service-learning and related topics that includes a library, resources for program marketing, discussion blog, etc.
Designing and Delivering a Service-Learning Course
A six-part series of modules on YouTube by Dwight Giles Jr., professor of higher education administration, University of Massachusetts-Boston, and senior associate, New England Resource Center for Higher Education (NERCHE).
Corporation for National and Community Service
The website includes information on all Corporation for National and Community Service programs: Learn and Serve America, Senior Corps, AmeriCorps*VISTA and AmeriCorps*NCCC (National Civilian Community Corps).
Service Learning Syllabi (300 exemplary service-learning syllabi across a wide variety of disciplines)
Higher Learning Commission Criterion One and Three – Engagement and Service (see Handbook of Accreditation)
Carnegie Community Engagement Classification (PDF, 240k)
Community Engagement Publication Outlets (external PDF)
Value of Volunteer Time (external PDF)
A Promising Connection: Increasing College Access and Success through Civic Engagement (external PDF)
Science Education for New Civic Engagements and Responsibilities
Risk Management: Beyond the Classroom