Monthly Archives: October 2011

SRV 200: Citizenship in our Democracy

I’m thrilled that I have yet another opportunity to work with a service-learning class next week.  SRV 200:  Citizenship in our Democracy is the introductory course for our Citizen Scholar certificate program. The instructor, Cathy Sayer (also our Director of … Continue reading

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Service Learning Trips

A few weeks ago, I attended a lecture on campus given by Hunt Brown, Director of Sustainability and Senior Lecturer, Earth & Environmental Sciences, about a fascinating service-learning course he taught here at WSU.   The course, UH 203, took place … Continue reading

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IL course planning – negotiating with the community partner

My co-teacher and I will teach our Information Literacy course, EDT 110, again beginning in January.  One of the questions I get most frequently about my class is about timing.  How long/far in advance should I start planning a service-learning … Continue reading

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IL Course Review

For those of you stopping by to see more about my Information Literacy Course, the list of posts about the course can be found here.  Or, you can click on “Information Literacy Course (EDT 110)” under Categories in the right … Continue reading

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