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  • The Scholarship of Engagement Online -- Clearinghouses and Review Board
    Monterey Bay 100 Campus Center Seaside CA 93955 8001 Phone 831 582 4517 FAX 831 582 4545 E mail Amy Driscoll csumb edu Lorilee R Sandmann Associate Professor University of Georgia Department of Adult Education Athens Georgia 30602 4811 Phone

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  • The Scholarship of Engagement Online -- Clearinghouses and Review Board
    the National Review Board for the Scholarship of Engagement to provide external peer review and evaluation of faculty s scholarship of engagement Provide consultation training and technical assistance to campuses who are seeking to develop or strengthen systems in support of the scholarship of engagement Conduct forums programs and regional conferences on topics related to the scholarship of engagement Provide a faculty mentoring program with opportunities for less experienced faculty

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  • The Scholarship of Engagement Online -- Clearinghouses and Review Board
    teaching research and service In this definition community is broadly defined to include audiences external to the campus that are part of a collaborative process to contribute to the public good In applying these criteria the National Review Board for the Scholarship of Engagement is mindful of the variation in institutional contexts the breadth of faculty work and individual promotion and tenure guidelines Goals Questions Does the scholar state the basic purpose of the work and its value for public good Is there an academic fit with the scholar s role departmental and university mission Does the scholar define objectives that are realistic and achievable Does the scholar identify intellectual and significant questions in the discipline and in the community Context of theory literature best practices Does the scholar show an understanding of relevant existing scholarship Does the scholar bring the necessary skills to the collaboration Does the scholar make significant contributions to the work Is the work intellectually compelling Methods Does the scholar use methods appropriate to the goals questions and context of the work Does the scholar describe rationale for election of methods in relation to context and issue Does the scholar apply effectively the methods selected Does the scholar modify procedures in response to changing circumstances Results Does the scholar achieve the goals Does the scholar s work add consequentially to the discipline and to the community Does the scholar s work open additional areas for further exploration and collaboration Does the scholar s work achieve impact or change Are those outcomes evaluated and by whom Does the scholar s work make a contribution consistent with the purpose and target of the work over a period of time Communication Dissemination Does the scholar use a suitable styles and effective organization to present the work Does the scholar

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  • The Scholarship of Engagement Online -- Clearinghouses and Review Board
    as the roles of program directors vice presidents vice provosts presidents and tenured faculty These board members have been leaders in the institutionalization of community engagement service learning and professional service The review board members have committed to review and evaluate faculty portfolios for three years and have collaboratively engaged in preparation for the review process Amy Driscoll Co Director Lorilee R Sandmann Co Director Susan Agre Kippenhan Frederique Apffel

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  • The Scholarship of Engagement Online -- Clearinghouses and Review Board
    logistics through guided reflection and discussion of prototype portfolios Sixteen prototypes are included in the volume Ehrlich T 1995 The Courage to inquire Ideals and realities in higher education Bloomington Indiana Indiana University Press It is stressed in this text that university presidents cannot succeed without a deep textured involvement in academic matters which is the heart of a university This involvement includes nurturing great teaching advancing knowledge through research and building bridges among disciplines The author recommends contracts rather than tenure for faculty who do not engage in scholarly work and is committed to ethics instruction Ehrlich illustrates five key qualities a university president need to succeed a willingness to help others an ability to ask the right questions an openness to new perspectives the determination to choose key priorities and stick to them and the aspiration to dream big dreams and make them a reality Ellis J and Noyes H 1990 By the people A history of americans as volunteers San Francisco Jossey Bass Inc Ellis and Noyes demonstrate how volunteers have pioneered community action and social change through three centuries of American life The text also chronicles the variety of activities volunteers join in today and explores the prospects for the future of volunteerism Fairweather S 1996 Faculty work and public trust Boston Allyn and Bacon This text explores the discrepancies between today s predominant academic environment and the changing societal needs of America s colleges and universities Through extensive data on the nature time analysis and compensation of faculty work drawing on both large scale surveys and qualitative case studies the author examines faculty work and rewards He critically examines the socialization processes and reward structures which encourage faculty to think more about research than teaching to stress publishing volume more than quality and to treat the publication of research as the principal source of prestige for faculty members and their institutions Glassick Charles E Taylor Huber M Maeroff G I 1997 Scholarship assessed Evaluation of the professoriate San Francisco Jossey Bass This text offers a new paradigm for evaluating scholarship of engagement a scholarship that better integrates the full range of scholarly activity research teaching and service It includes discussion of changes in thinking about scholarship and ideas about developing criteria for evaluating a full range of scholarship and for documenting scholarly efforts It also includes as appendices the Questionnaire for the National Survey on the Reexamination of Faculty Roles and Rewards and the results of that survey Harkavy I Benson L 1998 De Platonizing and democratizing education as the bases of service learning In R A Rhoads J Howard Eds Service learning Pedagogy and research pp 11 19 San Francisco Jossey Bass www upenn edu ccp Bibliography Service Learning html This essay focuses on the theoretical bases of academic service learning with particular attention to John Dewey s contributions to the field The service learning movement is conceptualized as part of an ongoing and still unsuccessful effort to de Platonize and democratize American higher

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  • The Scholarship of Engagement Online -- Clearinghouses and Review Board
    Assistance Request Review Resources Readings Benchmarking Engaged Institutions Name E mail Telephone Fax Enter your request or comments below All contents copyright Clearinghouse National Review Board for The Scholarship of

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