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From Service Learning to the Scholarship of Engagement: A Taxonomy of Civic Renewal in American Higher Education

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This paper argues that out of the “service learning” movement of the 1980s, a new form of scholarship is emerging known as the “scholarship of engagement.” Engaged scholarship has two core components which are not fully captured by the concept of service learning: first, it includes other scholarly functions beyond teaching, including research; and second, it focuses on genuinely reciprocal collaboration with communities. This paper defines the scholarship of engagement, creates a taxonomy five forms of engaged scholarship, and documents practices associated with this movement. Informed by a problem-driven, pluralistic approach to engaged scholarship, this taxonomy suggests that the new forms of engaged scholarship each have important contributions to the civic renewal of American higher education, and together make up an exciting and growing movement.

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Barker, Derek. "From Service Learning to the Scholarship of Engagement: A Taxonomy of Civic Renewal in American Higher Education" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Political Science Association, Hilton Chicago and the Palmer House Hilton, Chicago, IL, Sep 02, 2004 <Not Available>. 2009-05-26 <http://www.allacademic.com/meta/p59505_index.html>

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Abstract: This paper argues that out of the “service learning” movement of the 1980s, a new form of scholarship is emerging known as the “scholarship of engagement.” Engaged scholarship has two core components which are not fully captured by the concept of service learning: first, it includes other scholarly functions beyond teaching, including research; and second, it focuses on genuinely reciprocal collaboration with communities. This paper defines the scholarship of engagement, creates a taxonomy five forms of engaged scholarship, and documents practices associated with this movement. Informed by a problem-driven, pluralistic approach to engaged scholarship, this taxonomy suggests that the new forms of engaged scholarship each have important contributions to the civic renewal of American higher education, and together make up an exciting and growing movement.

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From Service Learning to the Scholarship of Engagement: A Taxonomy of Civic Renewal in American Higher Education Derek Barker Ph.D. Candidate Department of Political Science Rutgers University New Brunswick NJ Paper prepared for presentation at the Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association September 1-5 2004. Copyright by the American Political Science Association. For information on this paper please contact dbarker@polisci.rutgers.edu. Introduction1 Out of the "service learning" movement of the 1980s a new form of scholarship is emerging.
James C. Judith I. JBailey Bruce W. Bergland Alexander Gonzalez Karen S. Haynes Muriel A. Howard John H. Keiser RIchard L. Pattenause Kerry D. Romesburg and Betty Lentz Siegel. "Stepping Forward as Stewards of Place: A Guide for Leading Public Engagement at State Colleges and Universities." American Association of State Colleges and Universities Task Force on Public Engagement 2002. Ward Kelly. Faculty Service Roles and the Scholarship of Engagement. Edited by Adrianna J. Kezar. Vol. 29 no. 5 Ashe-Eric


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