Please reference the pdf version of the Proceedings using the following citation format:
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. #- #). New Orleans, LA: IARSLCE.


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Narrative reflections as rendering about service learning: A Cubist perspective (Christensen)

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Teaching for civic capacity and engagement: How faculty members align teaching and purpose (Domagal-Goldman)

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Research on faculty learning around community-engaged scholarship: A mixed method investigation of competency development (Clayton et al.)

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Faculty motivation in academic service-learning (Darby et al.)

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Tired of talking past each other: A framework for holding constructive conversations about engaged scholarship in promotion and tenure (Doberneck et al.)

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Locating faculty development for engagement: A study of institutional factors (Donnelli & Mace)

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An empirical analysis of publicly engaged scholars and traditional dichotomies within the academy (Eatman)

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Engaging our terminological messiness: Conceptualizations, distinctions, assessments thereof, and implications (Howard)

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Writing about university-community impact research (Kalivoda)

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The involvement of special education faculty in service-learning teaching (Neeper & Dymond)

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How characteristics and confidences of service-learning leaders impact institutionalization (Vincent)

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The process of becoming an engaged institution: a multi-case study of exemplary community-engaged institutions (Ward et al.)

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Ways of engagement: Faculty identity and motivations for community-engaged scholarship of early career academics (Ward)

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Engaging departments, engaging scholars (Williams Howe et al.)

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Global community engagement: educational benefits and challenges for faculty leaders (Hayward & Gardinier)