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Author(s). (2011). Title of session. In B. Harrison, B. O'Steen, P. Clayton, K. Edwards, & Editorial Fellows (Eds.), Proceedings of the International Association for Research on Service-Learning and Community Engagement 11th Annual Conference (pp. #-
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No longer hidden in the home: Immigrant domestic workers building a movement in metro Chicago (Hart)

Getting to outcomes: The dance between communities and universities (Beckman)

“These kids changed our organization”: Factors that enable community partners to build organizational capacity through service-learning (Geller et al.)

"We know what you need": Problematizing English language teaching in the "global south" (Mellom & Jakubiak)

Training the wizards: Engaged scholarship as a model for youth worker professional development (Ross)

Exploring the impact of service-learning and engagement: Students, community partners and social change (Hutchinson)

Engagement multiplied: The impact of college-level dialogue and reflection experiences on civic mindedness as professionals (Richard et al.)

Stakeholder perspectives on translating a service learning partnership into measureable and sustainable academic gains among K-8 students at an urban school (Shriberg et al.)

Exploring the impact of adult students on communities: A panel to identify research questions and agendas (Reed et al.)

In service for whom and for what: Community and university impact analysis of the DePaul Steans Center and Humboldt Park Community Organizations Partnership (Tavanti et al.)

Assessing statistical data gathering and narrative as methods to preserve the wisdom gathered from intergenerational service-learning (Vaillancourt & Vaillancourt)