Below are a list of resources and articles related to virtual and remote service learning best practices:
Becnel, K., & Moeller, R. (2017). Community-embedded learning experiences: Putting the pedagogy of service-learning to work in online courses. Open Learning: The Journal of Open, Distance and E-Learning, 32(1), 56-65.
In this article, Becnel and Moeller (2017) discuss different techniques that can be utilized for adapting service-learning pedagogy into an online learning environment.
Guthrie, K., McCracken, H., & Anderson, T. (2010). Teaching and Learning Social Justice through Online Service-Learning Courses. International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning, 11(3), 78-94.
This article outlines how when technologies, pedagogies, and on-site experiences are combined, students experience a stimulating and transformative learning environment that encourages them to discuss and experience social justice, action, and change outside of the classroom.
This article describes a case study that examines experiential learning and civic engagement within an online format of a class that incorporates service-learning pedagogy.
In this article, Rutti, Hervani, Labonte and Sarkarat (2015) discuss the techniques and implementation process of service-learning in an online format.
In this article, Mcwhorter, Delello and Roberts (2016) discuss how best to incorporate service-learning into an online environment specifically for online business students.
In this article, Nielsen (2016) discusses different techniques for integrating service-learning into an online platform, while also examining the positive impact it has on helping students create a greater sense of civic engagement.
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