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News you can Use! Ann Ludwick George Mason University
Overview of my study Conceptual model process Findings
My Study Purpose – to identify factors associated with long term SL programs at six community colleges Case study approach Exemplar programs
My Study Main research question: Why? Who did I ask? 6 program coordinators 16 faculty 6 presidents
My Study Focused on: The story Organizations culture Personal motivations Barriers What context? Institutionalized programs Program implementation Sustainability
Findings – Organization Start with a strong foundation Have positive connections Organizational practices are aligned with service mission
Findings – Student Outcomes Using service-learning to enhance student learning Using service-learning for career and work outcomes justifies its use
News you can use Main reasons for survival Administration Coordinator Faculty Teaching and Learning We just keep going
News you can use Barriers Student issues Faculty issues Center staffing issues Community partners Counteract the barriers!
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