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Canadian Alliance for Community Service Learning Pre CUExpo Workshop
Evaluating Service Learning: Measuring Learning and Impact
Where: CUEXPO in Cornerbrook, NFLD
When: Wednesday, June 12, 2012 9-3
Learning goal: Participants will share and be exposed to multiple methodologies and approaches used to measure the impact of service learning on community organizations, students and institutions.
1. Presentation and discussion on Developmental Evaluation by Emma Savage, Research Associate, Dalhousie College of Sustainability
2. Round table Discussion: Designing effective learning outcomes for CSL
3. Roundtable Discussion: Sharing best practices and tools for measuring the impact on institutions and community organizations of
Community Service-Learning: Impacts of Community Engagement
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan May 10-12, 2012
Call for Proposals-Deadline Extended-
Submissions will be accepted up to 14 February, 2012
The University of Saskatchewan is proud to host the 2012 Canadian Alliance for Community Service-Learning Conference, May 10-12, 2012. We would be honoured to have your participation at this meeting, to share knowledge and conversation around the practice and outcomes of community service-learning in Canada.
The conference will focus on the impacts of community engagement, how all stakeholders involved in CSL are affected by CSL practices and programs. We hope to spark conversation,
Creating Your Newest Community Service-Learning Experience
31st Annual Conference of the Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (STLHE), June 15-18, 2011, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon
Abstract adapted from
the workshop’s page on the conference website
A half-day pre-conference workshop was offered to STLHE 2011 conference attendees. This CSL workshop brought together experienced CSL practitioners from across the country to enhance participants’ knowledge and skills in building a CSL course or project.
Community Campus Partnerships: What Makes Them Work?
Join colleagues from CACSL and the community for a day of discussion and information about community-campus collaborations as a pre-conference workshop just before Canada’s Community-University Exposition, CU Expo 2011!
> What is CU Expo? “CU Expo 2011 is a Canadian-led conference designed to showcase exemplars in Community-University partnerships worldwide, and together to introduce creative ways of strengthening our local communities.” – CU Expo website
CACSL Symposium Highlights:
- Keynote speaker, Randy Stoecker, co-editor of The Unheard Voices
- Panel discussion on Measurable CSL Impacts
- Consultation session in support of Community First:
Free webinar series to help you connect your CSL experience to your career
NEW — Download recordings of these webinars, presentation slides, and guides at http://www.hrcouncil.ca/CSLWebinars.cfm
Mark your calendars. February is the month for you to take your Community Service-Learning experience and learn how to apply what you’ve learned to build and advance your career.
The Canadian Alliance for Community Service-Learning, the HR Council for the Nonprofit Sector, Memorial University, University of Victoria, and Carleton University are collaborating to present a series of four free webinars designed to help you connect your CSL experience