Resources



Centre for Community Partnerships Service-Learning Listserv


Join the CCP Service-learning listserv. The CCP listserv serves as a forum in which instructors can enquire, and discuss with one another, about strategies and resources with regard to service-learning. It is also a space where the CCP will be announcing upcoming events related to service-learning faculty development or events that connect you to community and social issues.

It is already an active e-community. If you are interested in joining this listserv, please follow these simple instructions.

  1. Open a new message to: LISTSERV@listserv.utoronto.ca
  2. Type only in the body of the message. No subject necessary. Add the following (adding your first and last name):  subscribe servicelearningfaculty-L Firstname Lastname


Centre for Community Partnerships Faculty Service-Learning Resource Site on Blackboard


The CCP hosts a Blackboard-based resource site for all interested U of T faculty.
The site features:

  • sample syllabi and assignments from U of T service-learning courses
  • peer reviewed articles on service-learning, reflective writing, and the scholarship of teaching and learning
  • news and media articles focussing on a wide range of issues including social, ethical, political, economic and ecological
  • workbooks and templates
  • discussion boards
  • event announcements

To join the Blackboard resource site, you must have a U of T UTORid. Please email your UTORid to Lisa Chambers at lisa.chambers@utoronto.ca. Once you have received a confirmation, you may access the Blackboard resource site at http://portal.utoronto.ca under "Organizations".


Community Service Resource Guide

Use this guide to help you and your student group or organization plan your next co-curricular service-learning project. This hands-on booklet will help you clarify your goals, offer helpful planning suggestions, keep track of project details and provide tips for conducting reflection and evaluation

 

Click here for a copy of the Community Service Resource Guide