Creating paths forward for service-elearning: A ten-year review of the Michigan journal of community service learning

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Abstract

The emergence of the term service-eLearning stems from the recent shift in our teaching environments- in today's educational systems, technology has permeated many facets of the teaching and learning process. Implementation and integration of service-learning into higher education practice have bourgeoned over the past twenty years (Kenworthy-U'Ren & Peterson, 2005; Lowery et al., 2006) in both international and domestic (United States) settings (Kenworthy-U'Ren, Petri, & Taylor, 2006).
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationService-elearning
Subtitle of host publicationEducating for citizenship
EditorsA Dailey-Hebert, E Donnelli-Sallee, L N DiPadova-Stocks
Place of PublicationNorth Carolina, United States
PublisherInformation Age Publishing
Pages9-22
Number of pages14
ISBN (Print)9781593119218
Publication statusPublished - 2008

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Kenworthy-U'Ren, A. L. (2008). Creating paths forward for service-elearning: A ten-year review of the Michigan journal of community service learning. In A. Dailey-Hebert, E. Donnelli-Sallee, & L. N. DiPadova-Stocks (Eds.), Service-elearning: Educating for citizenship (pp. 9-22). North Carolina, United States: Information Age Publishing.