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Service-Learning Resources: Sciences

Sciences

Bernot, K. M. (2017). Service learning as inquiry in an undergraduate science course. American Biology Teacher, 79(5), 393-401.

Knackmuhs, E., Farmer, J., & Reynolds, H. L. (2017). Student outcomes of eco-restoration service-learning experiences in urban woodlands. Journal of Experiential Education, 40(1), 24-38.


Webb, G. (2016). Learning through teaching: A microbiology service-learning experience. Journal of Microbiology & Biology Education, 17(1), 86-9.

Why one science professor has students write a children's book. (18 October 2018). Chronicle of Higher Education.

Glover, S. R., Sewry, J. D., Bromley, C. L., Davies-Coleman, M. T., & Hlengwa, A. (2013). The implementation of a service-learning component in an organic chemistry laboratory course. Journal of Chemical Education, 90(5), 578-583.
 

Saitta, E. K. H., Bowdon, M. A., & Geiger, C. L. (2011). Incorporating service-learning, technology, and research supportive teaching techniques into the university chemistry classroom. Journal of Science Education and Technology, 20(6), 790-795.

Sutheimer, S. (2008). Strategies to simplify service-learning efforts in chemistry. Journal of Chemical Education, 85(2), 231-233.

Chao, J., & Brown, J. (2009). Cross-departmental collaboration for the community: Technical communicators in a service-learning software engineering courseIssues in Informing Science & Information Technology, 6, 1.

Hall, Laura L., & Johnson, Roy D. (2011). Preparing IS students for real-world interaction with end users through service learning: A proposed organizational modelJournal of Organizational and End User Computing, 23(3), 67-80.

Root, R., & Thorme, T. (2001). Community-based projects in applied statistics: Using service-learning to enhance student understandingThe American Statistician, 55(4), 326-331.

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