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Volume 21, Issue 1
The Impact of Service-learning Course Characteristics on University Students’ Learning Outcomes
Barbara E. Moely and Vincent Ilustre
Developing Intercultural Competence by Participating In Intensive Intercultural Service-Learning
Nadia De Leon
“Rekindle and Recapture the Love”: Establishing System-wide Indicators of Progress in Community Engagement and Economic Development
Emily M. Janke
Democratic and Social Justice Goals in Service-Learning Evaluation: Contemporary Challenges and Conceptual Resources
David E. Meens
SPECIAL SECTION: GLOBAL SERVICE-LEARNING
Pushing Boundaries: Introduction to the Global Service-Learning Special Section
Eric Hartman and Richard Kiely
“Learning Service” in International Contexts: Partnership-based Service-Learning and Research in Cape Town, South Africa
Janice McMillan and Timothy K. Stanton
What Counts as Outcomes? Community Perspectives of an Engineering Partnership
Nora Pillard Reynolds
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