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Sonst. PersonenSandmann, Lorilee R. (Hrsg.); Jones, Diann O. (Hrsg.)
TitelBuilding the Field of Higher Education Engagement: Foundational Ideas and Future Directions. Revised and Expanded Edition of the 20th Anniversary Issue of the "Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement"
Quelle(2019), (300 Seiten)
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Dokumenttypgedruckt; online; Monographie
SchlagwörterHigher Education; School Community Relationship; Universities; Community Involvement; Outreach Programs; Teacher Participation; College Faculty; Graduate Study; Scholarship; Educational Development; Models; Holistic Approach; Educational Trends; Community Development; Social Action; Barriers; Capacity Building; Leadership; Politics of Education
AbstractCommunity engagement has evolved as a respected field and now occupies a seat at the academic table. In the past, this work had often been relegated to the institutional fringes of higher education, its practitioners marginalized, and the work often portrayed as service, not scholarly. Today, higher education community engagement is a dynamic and continually evolving field of scholarship and practice that carries ever-increasing academic respect. This book contributes to the ever-under-construction edifice by presenting a scaffolding of the scholarship that has been part of the building process, documenting and analyzing the past, speculating about the future, and framing a continuing conversation about and for the field. The three parts of this book are designed to promote a continuing field-building conversation: a look back at foundational documents of the field; a set of provocative questions interrogating those foundational works; and a look to the future by the next generation of leaders in the field. The central part is the special 20th anniversary issue of the "Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement," which brings together key documents of the scholarship of engagement with reflections on those documents by key scholars and/or the authors of the original works. In addition to highlighting the foundations and evolution of the field, this work also looks ahead to the next generation of voices and views as input to the conversation, with a closing chapter that includes invited essays by nine outstanding community-engaged thinkers and writers of the next 20 years who share their ideas about probable futures. This book contains the following chapters: (1) Building the Field of Higher Education Engagement: A 20-Year Retrospective (Lorilee R. Sandmann, Andrew Furco, and Katherine R. Adams); (2) The Scholarship of Engagement (Ernest Boyer); and Ernest Boyer's "Scholarship of Engagement" in Retrospect (R. Eugene Rice); (3) Ensuring the Quality of Outreach: The Critical Role of Evaluating Individual and Collective Initiatives and Performance (Ernest A. Lynton); and Ernest Lynton and the Tyranny of Research (John Saltmarsh); (4) Outreach, Engagement, and the Changing Culture of the University (John V. Byrne); and Commentary: Outreach, Engagement, and the Changing Culture of the University -- 1998 (John V. Byrne); (5) Factors and Strategies that Influence Faculty Involvement in Public Service (Barbara A. Holland); and Factors Influencing Faculty Engagement: Then, Now, and Future (Barbara A. Holland); (6) From Maverick to Mainstream: The Scholarship of Engagement (Amy Driscoll and Lorilee R. Sandmann); and Moving From Mavericks at the Margins: Encouraging Progress but "Miles to Go" (Amy Driscoll and Lorilee R. Sandmann); (7) The "New" Scholarship: Implications for Engagement and Extension (Frank A. Fear and Lorilee R. Sandmann); and It's Time for a Second-Wave Movement (Frank A. Fear and Lorilee R. Sandmann); (8) Preparing Future Faculty for Community Engagement: Barriers, Facilitators, Models, and Recommendations (KerryAnn O'Meara and Audrey J. Jaeger); and The State of Community Engagement in Graduate Education: Reflecting on 12 Years of Progress (Shauna M. Morin, Audrey J. Jaeger, and KerryAnn O'Meara); (9) An Integrated Model for Advancing the Scholarship of Engagement: Creating Academic Homes for the Engaged Scholar (Lorilee R. Sandmann, John Saltmarsh and KerryAnn O'Meara); and An Integrated Model Recontextualized (KerryAnn O'Meara and John Saltmarsh); (10) Understanding an Emerging Field of Scholarship: Toward a Research Agenda for Engaged, Public Scholarship (Dwight E. Giles, Jr.); and The Emergence of Engaged Scholarship: Seven Additional Years of Evolution (Dwight E. Giles, Jr.); (11) A Holistic Model of Engaged Scholarship: Telling the Story Across Higher Education's Missions (Nancy Franz); and The Legacy and Future of a Model for Engaged Scholarship: Supporting a Broader Range of Scholarship (Nancy Franz); (12) The Centrality of Engagement in Higher Education (Hiram E. Fitzgerald, Karen Bruns, Steven T. Sonka, Andrew Furco, and Louis Swanson); and The Centrality of Engagement in Higher Education: Reflections and Future Directions (Hiram E. Fitzgerald, Karen Bruns, Steven T. Sonka, Andrew Furco, and Louis Swanson); (13) Perspectives on Future Direstions (Diann O. Jones); Supporting Community Building and Well-Being through Culturally Responsive Social Action (Shane R. Brady); Confronting the Paradoxes of Higher Education (Minh Dang); Tear Down These Walls: Break the Barriers in Community Engagement (Brian Davenport); Future Trends in Engagement Practice and Those Who Advance Practice (Lina D. Dostilio); Next-Generation Scholars and Scholarly Communications (Emily M. Janke); Courageous Pragmatism: The Next 20 Years for Community-Engaged Scholarship (Brandon W. Kliewer); Opening the Doors of the Academy: Rethinking the Focus and Framing of Engagement (Marisol Morales); Future Directions for Community Engagement in Higher Education: Advancing Scholarship, Building Leadership Capacity, and Reaffirming Commitments (Jennifer W. Purcell); and It is Time for Higher-Ed to Get Political (Laura Saija); and (14) Higher Education Community Engagement: Past, Present, and Future (Judith A. Ramaley). (ERIC).
AnmerkungenStylus Publishing, LLC. P.O. Box 605, Herndon, VA 20172-0605. Tel: 800-232-0223; Tel: 703-661-1581; Fax: 703-661-1501; e-mail:; Web site:
Erfasst vonERIC (Education Resources Information Center), Washington, DC
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