Stories of Partnership Success and Impact: Margo Fryer's Blog – everything she learned running service learning at UBC
CACSL Conference, May 2016: The most-up-to-date research and discussion on service learning in Canada
Universities Canada – Issues: Hands-on Learning: For first-person stories of students who have had Work-Integrated Learning
Alison Taylor, Shauna Butterwick, Milosh Raykov, Stephanie Glick, Nasim Peikazadi, Shadi Mehrabi, "Community Service Learning in Canadian Higher Education." SSHRC Report, Vancouver 2015: Provides an overview of service learning in Canada, and a call for Case Studies
Lawrence J. Gemmel and Patti H. Clayton, "A Comprehensive Framework for Community Service-Learning in Canada," CACSL Report on Outcomes of Service Learning, December 2009.: See page 36 for convergent outcomes for students, community and institutions
Carnegie Community Engagement Classification: The latest U.S. 2015 Community Engaged institutions are listed on the New England website, and application link is on FAQ page
Resources from the United States – As much as we may hate to admit it, the U.S. has quite a lot more in place, already, when it comes to Experiential Learning. Below, some of the main resources of interest.
International Association for Research on Service-learning and Community Engagement (IARSLCE): Follow the link for their Publications to view their journal and book series on Service Learning.
National Society for Experiential Education: 8 Principles for Experiential Learning
Engagement Scholarship Consortium: A great list of up-to-date events and notices, and also some great tools