Public Work and the Academy: An Academic Administrator's Guide to Civic Engagement and Service-Learning, edited by Mark Langseth, William M. Plater, and Scott Dillon (Boston, MA: Anker Publishing, 2004). Copyright by Anker Publishing Company, Inc.
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Chapter 1, William M. Plater, "Civic Engagement, Service-Learning, and Intentional Leadership," pp. 1-22
Chapter 2, Andrews Furco and Barbara A. Holland, "Institutionalizing Service-Learning in Higher Education: Issues and Strategies for Chief Academic Officers," pp. 23-39
Chapter 3, Edward Zlotkowski and John Saltmarsh, "Service-Learning as Fulcrum of Educational Reform," pp. 41-49
Chapter 4, Amy Driscoll and Lorilee R. Sandmann, "Roles and Responsibilities of Academic Administrators: Supporting the Scholarship of Civic Engagement," pp. 51-67
Chapter 5, Jim Ostrow, "Service-Learning and the Problem of Depth," pp. 69-79
Chapter 8, Robert G. Bringle and Julie A. Hatcher, "Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis: Advancing Civic Engagement Through Service-Learning," pp. 125-145
Kathleen Rice and Nadinne Cruz at SUU, August 19-20, 2008