Ohio University’s Center for Campus and Community Engagement will provide faculty members and participating administrators with an introduction to critical approaches to service-learning. Participants in the program will review Ohio University’s policies regarding service-learning; learn how community engaged learning can be incorporated into a course curriculum, and be apprised of local community partners and how to implement best practices locally and globally.
By participating in thought provoking online modules, rich discussions, and collaborations with experts, Community Engaged Scholars will develop capacity for community engaged teaching with transformative curriculum and expertise in community engaged scholarly activity that strengthen our democracy and contribute to the public good. C-Courses qualify for the OHIO Honors Program's curriculum requirements, General Education Learning and Doing Credit, and align with Guarantee+.
● Learn best practices of service-learning pedagogy
● Access resources available from the CCCE and other organizations
● Develop a course that incorporates service-learning pedagogy
● Engage in the practice of partnership development and project planning
● Learn from service-learning constituents (faculty, students and community
partners) about service-learning implementation
● Become familiar with the context of public service in the Appalachian region and
the network of current community-based organizations in OHIO’s campus
communities and region.
● Participants will develop pedagogical expertise and repertoires of practice to
● Participants will design a service-learning C-class and complete supporting
materials including: C-course Planning Form and Syllabus
This program is comprised of self-guided online modules with opportunities for synchronous participation.