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  • Service Learning | University of Wisconsin Colleges
    of Equity Diversity and Inclusion Policies Academic Misconduct Administrative Policies Class Attendance FERPA Inclement Weather Repositioning Updates Safety Accident Reporting Workers Compensation Bloodborne Pathogens Exposure Control Plan Campus Safety Campus Safety Committees Decoration Safety Issues Emergency Notification Health Information Indoor Air Quality Lockout Tagout Program Other Environmental Hazards Physical Personal Safety Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect Safe Use of Portable Electronic Devices Use of Ladders Tech Support Travel Expenses and P Card UW Colleges Trip Maker Governance Academic Staff Council Bylaws University Staff Council Bylaws Faculty Council Bylaws Senate Bylaws Senate Committees Senate Committee Membership Senate Meetings and Minutes Faculty Professional Standards Committee Minutes Senate Academic Policy Committee Minutes Senate Budget Committee Minutes Senate Steering Committee Meetings and Minutes Senate Membership Senate Policies Contact Marketing Branding and Graphic Standards Logo Usage Colors Downloads Premiums Clothing Print Collateral Stylebook Typography Video Creative Materials Request Form Hobson s Support Request Form News and Ideas Staff List Professional Development Grants Types of Grants Writing Grants Submitting Grants Grant Resources News Employee Main Menu Academic Resources Assessment Administrative Governance Marketing Professional Development Academic Resources Service Learning Resources Working with Community Partners and Students Academic Matters Engaging Students in the First Year Institutional Review Board Study Abroad Supporting Students Virtual Teaching and Learning Center VTLC Employees Quick Links Logins Copyright Employment EM iPlan site Graphics Standards Records Management Senate Policies Trip Maker CITS Employee Assistance Office Report Waste Fraud and Abuse You are here Home For Employees Academic Resources Service Learning One of the cornerstones of higher education in a public institution like the University of Wisconsin Colleges is being a resource for its community Service learning is one way to establish direct connections between the institution and the people we serve The purpose of service learning goes beyond just civic engagement as it provides

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  • Resources | University of Wisconsin Colleges
    Abuse and Neglect Safe Use of Portable Electronic Devices Use of Ladders Tech Support Travel Expenses and P Card UW Colleges Trip Maker Governance Academic Staff Council Bylaws University Staff Council Bylaws Faculty Council Bylaws Senate Bylaws Senate Committees Senate Committee Membership Senate Meetings and Minutes Faculty Professional Standards Committee Minutes Senate Academic Policy Committee Minutes Senate Budget Committee Minutes Senate Steering Committee Meetings and Minutes Senate Membership Senate Policies Contact Marketing Branding and Graphic Standards Logo Usage Colors Downloads Premiums Clothing Print Collateral Stylebook Typography Video Creative Materials Request Form Hobson s Support Request Form News and Ideas Staff List Professional Development Grants Types of Grants Writing Grants Submitting Grants Grant Resources News Employee Main Menu Academic Resources Assessment Administrative Governance Marketing Professional Development Academic Resources Service Learning Resources Working with Community Partners and Students Academic Matters Engaging Students in the First Year Institutional Review Board Study Abroad Supporting Students Virtual Teaching and Learning Center VTLC Employees Quick Links Logins Copyright Employment EM iPlan site Graphics Standards Records Management Senate Policies Trip Maker CITS Employee Assistance Office Report Waste Fraud and Abuse You are here Home For Employees Academic Resources Service Learning Resources Material Resources Listed are resources to help you create and implement successful service learning courses We encourage you to print and read through these resources to develop a sense of best practices Service Learning in Higher Education This article explores the challenges and benefits one faces when combines community or public service with structured opportunities for learning Evaluation Toolkit Educators wondering how to measure results will find this toolkit useful and informative Designing a Service Learning Program in 10 Steps Educators wanting to understand a timeline of service learning course development will begin here Quality Service Learning Rubric Wisconsin Department of Instruction s rubric for assessing the quality of a service learning experience UW Extension Service Matrix Confused about the difference between volunteerism community service and service learning This matrix explains the different impact and outcomes of different types of service Improving Student Learning Outcomes through Service Learning American Association of Community Colleges A 2010 report from the AACC about Service Learning in community colleges Report on Service Learning in UW Colleges Spring 2010 Results from a survey on service learning conducted with faculty in Spring 2010 Online Resources There are a variety of online resources dedicated to helping educators develop and implement success service learning courses no matter the level of service learning experience Campus Compact Campus Compact is a national coalition of more than 1 100 college and university presidents representing some 6 million students who are committed to fulfilling the civic purposes of higher education Sample Syllabi by Discipline Campus Compact Provides a variety of examples of how Service Learning has been incorporated into course curriculum Wisconsin Campus Compact Wisconsin Campus Compact s mission is to strengthen civic engagement and service learning partnerships between Wisconsin s postsecondary institutions and the communities they serve National Service Learning Clearinghouse Learn and Serve America s National

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  • Working with Community Partners and Students | University of Wisconsin Colleges
    Teaching and Learning Center VTLC Assessment Campus Assessment Coordinators Department Assessment Coordinators Institution Wide Reports and Assessment Proficiencies and Rubrics Indicators Analytical Skills Quantitative Skills Communication Skills Aesthetic Skills Intercultural Skills Resources Senate Assessment Committee Structure and Vocabulary Campus Climate Survey Administrative Budget and Planning Human Resources Policies Procedures and Handbooks Staff Directory Office of Equity Diversity and Inclusion Policies Academic Misconduct Administrative Policies Class Attendance FERPA Inclement Weather Repositioning Updates Safety Accident Reporting Workers Compensation Bloodborne Pathogens Exposure Control Plan Campus Safety Campus Safety Committees Decoration Safety Issues Emergency Notification Health Information Indoor Air Quality Lockout Tagout Program Other Environmental Hazards Physical Personal Safety Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect Safe Use of Portable Electronic Devices Use of Ladders Tech Support Travel Expenses and P Card UW Colleges Trip Maker Governance Academic Staff Council Bylaws University Staff Council Bylaws Faculty Council Bylaws Senate Bylaws Senate Committees Senate Committee Membership Senate Meetings and Minutes Faculty Professional Standards Committee Minutes Senate Academic Policy Committee Minutes Senate Budget Committee Minutes Senate Steering Committee Meetings and Minutes Senate Membership Senate Policies Contact Marketing Branding and Graphic Standards Logo Usage Colors Downloads Premiums Clothing Print Collateral Stylebook Typography Video Creative Materials Request Form Hobson s Support Request Form News and Ideas Staff List Professional Development Grants Types of Grants Writing Grants Submitting Grants Grant Resources News Employee Main Menu Academic Resources Assessment Administrative Governance Marketing Professional Development Academic Resources Service Learning Resources Working with Community Partners and Students Academic Matters Engaging Students in the First Year Institutional Review Board Study Abroad Supporting Students Virtual Teaching and Learning Center VTLC Employees Quick Links Logins Copyright Employment EM iPlan site Graphics Standards Records Management Senate Policies Trip Maker CITS Employee Assistance Office Report Waste Fraud and Abuse You are here Home For Employees Academic Resources Service Learning

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  • Study Abroad | University of Wisconsin Colleges
    Proficiencies and Rubrics Indicators Analytical Skills Quantitative Skills Communication Skills Aesthetic Skills Intercultural Skills Resources Senate Assessment Committee Structure and Vocabulary Campus Climate Survey Administrative Budget and Planning Human Resources Policies Procedures and Handbooks Staff Directory Office of Equity Diversity and Inclusion Policies Academic Misconduct Administrative Policies Class Attendance FERPA Inclement Weather Repositioning Updates Safety Accident Reporting Workers Compensation Bloodborne Pathogens Exposure Control Plan Campus Safety Campus Safety Committees Decoration Safety Issues Emergency Notification Health Information Indoor Air Quality Lockout Tagout Program Other Environmental Hazards Physical Personal Safety Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect Safe Use of Portable Electronic Devices Use of Ladders Tech Support Travel Expenses and P Card UW Colleges Trip Maker Governance Academic Staff Council Bylaws University Staff Council Bylaws Faculty Council Bylaws Senate Bylaws Senate Committees Senate Committee Membership Senate Meetings and Minutes Faculty Professional Standards Committee Minutes Senate Academic Policy Committee Minutes Senate Budget Committee Minutes Senate Steering Committee Meetings and Minutes Senate Membership Senate Policies Contact Marketing Branding and Graphic Standards Logo Usage Colors Downloads Premiums Clothing Print Collateral Stylebook Typography Video Creative Materials Request Form Hobson s Support Request Form News and Ideas Staff List Professional Development Grants Types of Grants Writing Grants Submitting Grants Grant Resources News Employee Main Menu Academic Resources Assessment Administrative Governance Marketing Professional Development Academic Resources Study Abroad New Program Development Program Administration Risk Management Budgeting and Accounting Preparing Students for the Experience Post Travel Considerations Resources Faculty Manual Academic Matters Engaging Students in the First Year Institutional Review Board Service Learning Supporting Students Virtual Teaching and Learning Center VTLC Employees Quick Links Logins Copyright Employment EM iPlan site Graphics Standards Records Management Senate Policies Trip Maker CITS Employee Assistance Office Report Waste Fraud and Abuse You are here Home For Employees Academic Resources Study Abroad We welcome your

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  • New Program Development | University of Wisconsin Colleges
    First Year Institutional Review Board Service Learning Supporting Students Virtual Teaching and Learning Center VTLC Employees Quick Links Logins Copyright Employment EM iPlan site Graphics Standards Records Management Senate Policies Trip Maker CITS Employee Assistance Office Report Waste Fraud and Abuse You are here Home For Employees Academic Resources Study Abroad New Program Development If you begin thinking about creating a study abroad program early enough it has a good chance to be developed into a high quality program that is managed responsibly from the standpoint of risk management as well as a successful and exciting experience for your learners Ideally it is advisable to start two years in advance of your study abroad trip You might have already thought about the content and the destination for your program with a vision in your mind of how they will enrich students with new learning ideas Here are some other suggestions you might consider INVESTIGATE WHAT ALREADY EXISTS Short term study abroad programs can vary from 7 to 28 days in length and be one or multiple country based The program can be offered as a one two or three credit academic course in one subject or in an interdisciplinary format Classes are conducted in a traditional face to face classroom online and in international on site settings UW Colleges faculty and staff staff have already developed and conducted a number of study abroad projects to China Peru Egypt Costa Rica and other destinations Contact the UW Colleges Study Abroad Coordinator for the information on the past and current programs and other useful materials Additionally the UW System database provides current information on the existing study abroad programs offered through all UW System schools that will be useful to explore Various materials on the study abroad concept are available to help you develop a successful program and they are compiled in the Resources for Faculty on the UW Colleges Study Abroad website BACKGROUND WORK There are certain details to keep in mind when designing a study abroad program Please refer to the Study Abroad Faculty Manual to learn about the cosiderations to keep in mind when doing the background work on your idea Deadline to submit a proposal for a new academic study abroad program is October 1 Please review Guidelines for a new study abroad program and an Application form Roles of Study Abroad Faculty Staff Leader Faculty Staff Leaders Academic role Instruction develop curriculum syllabus learning plan and assessment tool obtain an approval for conducting a study abroad program course in collaboration with the Department Chair and Dean design of pre travel or post travel course sessions offered in D2L format Overall trip planning coordinate in country itinerary development in collaboration with the Study Abroad Office and in country partners develop country specific orientation materials prepare communication plan for all involved Care of Participants oversee students arrival and housing plan and conduct pre departure and on site orientations tend to participants health and welfare while overseas 24 7 availability

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  • Program Administration | University of Wisconsin Colleges
    students are not able to enroll through PRISM They need to upload application forms from the Study Abroad website uwc edu academics abroad complete them and submit to the Study Abroad Coordinator A typical application includes personal data emergency information and financial aid eligibility questions UW Colleges students should apply for Winterim Study Abroad Programs by October 15 and for Spring Summer Study Abroad Programs by February 15 It is expected that UW Colleges students who are applying for the study abroad experiences are in sufficient academic standing POST ACCEPTANCE REQUIREMENTS FOR STUDENTS PARTICIPATION After students have been accepted and enrolled into the program faculty staff program leaders must ensure that participants complete or are in possession of the following Valid passport and visa if applicable Pre departure orientation and on site orientation Signed and submitted Uniform Statement of Responsibility Release and Authorization Appendix H Signed and submitted Alcohol Abuse and Misuse and Drug Use Policy Appendix I Medical profile faculty leaders should carry sealed envelopes containing copies of emergency medical information from all students Registration with the U S Department STEP program Medical insurance CISI that covers the student while abroad Appendix G ACCOMMODATING STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES Disability based needs should be addressed in the program planning process to ensure that contracts with vendors or other institutions address how to provide accommodations for students with special needs It is the student s responsibility to notify the UW Colleges Study Abroad Office or the faculty leader if he or she desires accommodation for any disability Occasionally accommodations available in the U S may not be available at an institution abroad HEALTH INSURANCE Health insurance is required for all students participating in the UW Colleges sponsored study abroad programs The UW Colleges Study Abroad Coordinator will enroll all students and faculty in CISI insurance policy Appendix G in the Faculty Manual Under the CISI plan all students and faculty are covered during the duration of the study abroad program Faculty staff program leaders should get acquainted with CISI health coverage plan FINANCIAL AID AND SCHOLARSHIPS Federal financial aid can be requested for the study abroad programs Upon request the UW Colleges Financial Aid Office will add the cost of a study abroad trip to student s Cost of Attendance This will not result in additional grant funds It will maximize a student s loan eligibility This applies to those students who are not already using their maximum loan eligibility If a student is unsure as to his her Direct Loan eligibility he she should check with the Financial Aid Office The UW Colleges Study Abroad office has limited scholarship funds available for students participating in study abroad programs detailed information on UW Colleges Study Abroad Scholarships is available in Appendix J in the Faculty Manual The deadline for these scholarships is October 1 for Winterim and February 1 for Spring and Summer Students may also be eligible to apply for additional scholarship funds from other sources including their own Campus PASSPORT

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  • Risk Management | University of Wisconsin Colleges
    Issues Emergency Notification Health Information Indoor Air Quality Lockout Tagout Program Other Environmental Hazards Physical Personal Safety Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect Safe Use of Portable Electronic Devices Use of Ladders Tech Support Travel Expenses and P Card UW Colleges Trip Maker Governance Academic Staff Council Bylaws University Staff Council Bylaws Faculty Council Bylaws Senate Bylaws Senate Committees Senate Committee Membership Senate Meetings and Minutes Faculty Professional Standards Committee Minutes Senate Academic Policy Committee Minutes Senate Budget Committee Minutes Senate Steering Committee Meetings and Minutes Senate Membership Senate Policies Contact Marketing Branding and Graphic Standards Logo Usage Colors Downloads Premiums Clothing Print Collateral Stylebook Typography Video Creative Materials Request Form Hobson s Support Request Form News and Ideas Staff List Professional Development Grants Types of Grants Writing Grants Submitting Grants Grant Resources News Employee Main Menu Academic Resources Assessment Administrative Governance Marketing Professional Development Academic Resources Study Abroad New Program Development Program Administration Risk Management Budgeting and Accounting Preparing Students for the Experience Post Travel Considerations Resources Faculty Manual Academic Matters Engaging Students in the First Year Institutional Review Board Service Learning Supporting Students Virtual Teaching and Learning Center VTLC Employees Quick Links Logins Copyright Employment EM iPlan site Graphics Standards Records Management Senate Policies Trip Maker CITS Employee Assistance Office Report Waste Fraud and Abuse You are here Home For Employees Academic Resources Study Abroad Risk Management The safety and well being of students and faculty is of utmost concern Faculty leaders may find themselves facing an emergency involving one of more of the students who are in their care or an emergency of their own Participants can and do become ill suffer accidents are the victims of thefts and assaults find themselves caught up in potentially violent political situations or fail to return on time to programs after

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  • Budgeting and Accounting | University of Wisconsin Colleges
    Contact Marketing Branding and Graphic Standards Logo Usage Colors Downloads Premiums Clothing Print Collateral Stylebook Typography Video Creative Materials Request Form Hobson s Support Request Form News and Ideas Staff List Professional Development Grants Types of Grants Writing Grants Submitting Grants Grant Resources News Employee Main Menu Academic Resources Assessment Administrative Governance Marketing Professional Development Academic Resources Study Abroad New Program Development Program Administration Risk Management Budgeting and Accounting Preparing Students for the Experience Post Travel Considerations Resources Faculty Manual Academic Matters Engaging Students in the First Year Institutional Review Board Service Learning Supporting Students Virtual Teaching and Learning Center VTLC Employees Quick Links Logins Copyright Employment EM iPlan site Graphics Standards Records Management Senate Policies Trip Maker CITS Employee Assistance Office Report Waste Fraud and Abuse You are here Home For Employees Academic Resources Study Abroad Budgeting and Accounting The Study Abroad Office will track all monies collected from student payments and the advanced disbursements for expenses The usual advanced disbursements include payments for airfare transportation to from airport and accommodations Ideally all or most costs will be paid in advance If it is not possible for the Study Abroad Programs Office to pay all costs prior to departure a travel advance will be issued to the instructor facilitator for the remaining known expenses included in the budget Prior to departure the instructor facilitator will receive an accounting binder that includes a form to accurately record all expenses incurred during the trip If necessary the faculty leader is responsible for obtaining Travel Credit Cards or Traveler s Checks for transporting the money The faculty leader must keep original receipts for all money spent overseas and record the expenses in the accounting book supplied by the Study Abroad Coordinator Copies of receipts and credit card statements are not acceptable forms

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