Service Learning at Community Colleges: Synthesis, Critique, and Recommendations for Future Research
Journal of College Reading and Learning
Taylor and Francis
The purpose of this paper is to review and critique empirical work done, to date, specific to service learning experiences at the community college level. A review of the literature was conducted in order to examine the empirical work that has been developed regarding service learning, a form of experiential learning, at community colleges. The narrative defines service learning, describes types of service learning taking place on community college campuses, and synthesizes and critiques the service learning empirical work done to date. The review closes with specific recommendations for both researchers and practitioners regarding future research.
Taggart, A., & Crisp, G. (2011). Service Learning at Community Colleges: Synthesis, Critique, and Recommendations for Future Research. The Journal of College Reading and Learning, 42(1), 24-44.