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Engagement as high impact practice bibliography


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Jodi Bantley, Community Engagement Coordinator, and Victor B. Cole, Community
Engagement Coordinator, both in the Institute for Community Engagement and
Scholarship (ICES) at Metropolitan State University

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Engagement as high impact practice bibliography

  1. 1. Institute for Community Engagement and Scholarship (ICES) 2013 Upper Midwest Civic Engagement SummitMetropolitan State University May 29-30, 2013, Loras College (Dubuque IA)Community Engagement as a High-Impact Teaching & Learning PracticeBibliographyof Key ResourcesCampus Compact, Research Brief#1 (2008).How can engaged campuses improve student success in college? Retrievedfrom http:/ Compact (2006).A preliminary overview of the literature linking service-learning and retention.Retrieved from, C.M., Burack, C., Giles, D. E. Jr., Elkins, J., Stevens, M. C. (2010).A promising connection: Increasing college accessand success through civic engagement. Boston MA: Campus Compact. Retrieved from, Sarah M. and Moely, Barbara E. (2003).Service-learning and engagement, academic challenge, andretention.Michigan Journal of Community Service-Learning, Fall 2003, 5-14.Gonyea, R. M., Kinzie, J., Kuh, G.D., Laird, D. N. (2008) High impact activities.,%20Gonyea,%20Nelson%20Laird,%20Kinzie%20final.pdf.Keup, J.R. (2005-06). The impact of curricular interventions on intended second-year enrollment. Journal of CollegeStudent Retention, 7 (1-2), 61-89.Tinto, V. (2005).Student retention—What next? Presented at the 2005 National Conference on Student Recruitment,Marketing, and Retention, Washington, D.C., July 27-30., V. (2007) Taking retentionseriously. Compact:national,, http://www.mncampuscompact.orgThe Education Trust, http://www.edtrust.orgLumina Foundation for Education, http://www.luminafoundation.orgMichigan Journal of Service-Learning, College Access Network, http://www.collegeaccess.orgNational Center for Higher Education Management Systems, http://www.higheredinfo.orgNational Service-Learning Clearinghouse, www.servicelearning.orgNational Symposium on Postsecondary Student Success, final note on the key role of faculty and academic affairs:“… [w]e have to stop using the R word. Instead we should speak of student education and frame our efforts as part ofthe broader educational mission of the institution for that is the precisely the work of the faculty. Their job is notretaining students, it’s educating students. If they attend to the latter, the former will follow of its own accord.”Vincent Tinto, in Student Retention: What Next?