Volume 02, 1995

Knowledge, Foundations, and Discourse: Philosophical Support for Service-Learning, Goodwin Liu

The Irony of Service: Charity, Project and Social Change in Service-Learning, Keith Morton

Faculty Assessment of Student Learning: Outcomes Attributed to Service-Learning and Evidence of Changes in Faculty Attitudes About Experiential Education, Garry Hesser

Validation of a Scale to Measure Development of Social Responsibility, Cynthia Olney

Educational and Service Outcomes of a Service Integration Effort, David Greene

Using Focus Groups in Service-Learning: Implications for Practice and Research, Angela E. Schmiede

Writing the Ties that Bind: Service-Learning in the Writing Classroom, David D. Cooper, Laura Julier

The Literacy Paradox: Service-Learning and the Traditional English Department, Brian Conniff, Betty Rogers Youngkin

Language, Culture, and Violence in the Educational Crisis of U.S. Latino/as: Two Courses for Intervention, Frances R. Aparicio, Christina Jose-Kampfner

An Indirect Model of Service-Learning: Integrating Research, Teaching, and Community Service, Jeff Connor-Linton

A Service-Learning Curriculum for Faculty, Robert G. Bringle, Julie A. Hatcher

Does Service-Learning Have a Future?, Edward Zlotkowski

Service-Learning and Liberal Learning: A Marriage of Convenience, Thomas H. Jeavons

Journal Writing in Service-Learning: Lessons from a Mentoring Project, Martha de Acosta

An Essay on the Institionalization of Service-Learning: The Genesis of the Feinstein Institute for Public Service, William E. Hudson, Robert H. Trudeau