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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,
Impacts of Community Engagement: Canadian Alliance for Community Service-Learning Conference
May 10-12, 2012 • Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
Call for Proposals Reminder: we invite papers, workshops, interactive session proposals for talking circles, panels, presentations, and poster submissions.
The University of Saskatchewan is proud to host the 2012 CACSL Community Service-Learning Conference on May 10, 11, and 12. We would be honoured by your involvement in this opportunity 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
Appel de propositions : Conférence de l’ACASC du 10 au 12 mai 2012
Les impacts de l’engagement communautaire: Conférence de l’Alliance canadienne pour l’apprentissage par le service communautaire
10 au 12 mai 2012 • Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
Appel de propositions: nous invitons articles, ateliers, propositions de sessions interactives pour cercles de discussion, jurys, présentations, et soumissions d’affiches.
L’Université de Saskatchewan est fière d’être l’hôte de la conférence 2012 sur l’apprentissage par le service communautaire de l’ACASC les 10, 11 et 12 mai. Nous serions honorés de votre implication dans cette occasion de partager connaissances et conversations au sujet de la pratique
By participating in the Canadian Alliance for Community Service-Learning you can :
- Provide a national voice and leadership and support for the development and enhancement of Community Service-Learning in Canada,
- Connect members of the Canadian CSL community within Canada and with international networks
- Inform universities, students, faculty, community organizations, and policy makers of the benefits of CSL
- Support universities, students, faculty, and community organizations in implementing CSL
Steering Committee: Direct the work of CACSL through monthly teleconferences.
National Conference: Participate in the program, communications, or logistics committees to make the National CSL conference a
On May 10, 2011 the Canadian Alliance for Community Service-Learning sponsored a CUExpo pre-conference symposium. Over 50 participants gathered to consider the elements of making community-campus partnerships effective.
Randy Stoecker, Professor at Wisconsin University and co-editor of Unheard Voices, started the day off with an engaging presentation on considerations to take into account when documenting outcomes for nascent communities and communities of place, identify, and practice.
Jane Hennig, Volunteer Centre Kitchener-Waterloo, Karen Swartz, Professor Carleton University, and Maxine Dubuc, Manager, Community-Based Learning & Career Development shared their research and perspectives on measuring outcomes from institutional, community and student perspectives.
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: