Academic Service-Learning

Service-learning is a powerful form of experiential education. The CCBLLR can assist faculty in the process of incorporating service-learning into a course curriculum by setting up community placements for students enrolled in your class, by tracking student placements, and providing faculty with field-specific, research-based advice on how to incorporate this powerful pedagogical practice into your course. If you are considering incorporating service-learning into a course you are teaching and would like assistance from the CCBLLR, contact Laurie Marks at The Center for Community-Based Learning, Leadership, and Research is a drop-in center, so you can stop by anytime during normal business hours if you need any assistance or resources; however the faculty log-in, some forms, and other information are available below.

Service-Learning Resources for Faculty

  • Service-Learning Timeline (Word or PDF)
  • Service-Learning Special Placement Request Form (Word or PDF)
  • Service-Learning Course Form (Word or PDF)
  • Service-Learning Toolkit (Only those with a UWM Outlook account can access this resource with the link)

FAQs About Service-Learning and the Process at UWM

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