The Resource Community engagement in higher education : policy reforms and practice, edited by W. James Jacob, Stewart E. Sutin, John C. Weidman, and John L. Yeager, (electronic resource/)

Community engagement in higher education : policy reforms and practice, edited by W. James Jacob, Stewart E. Sutin, John C. Weidman, and John L. Yeager, (electronic resource/)

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Community engagement in higher education : policy reforms and practice
Title
Community engagement in higher education
Title remainder
policy reforms and practice
Statement of responsibility
edited by W. James Jacob, Stewart E. Sutin, John C. Weidman, and John L. Yeager
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Editor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
There seems to be renewed interest in having universities and other higher education institutions engage with their communities at the local, national, and international levels. But what is community engagement? Even if this interest is genuine and widespread, there are many different concepts of community service, outreach, and engagement. The wide range of activity encompassed by community engagement suggests that a precise definition of the community mission is difficult and organizing and coordinating such activities is a complex task. This edited volume includes 18 chapters that explore conceptual understandings of community engagement and higher education reforms and initiatives intended to foster it. Contributors provide empirical research findings, including several case study examples that respond to the following higher educaiton community engagement issues. What is the community and what does it need and expect from higher education institutions? Is community engagement a mission of all types of higher education institutions or should it be the mission of specific institutions such as regional or metropolitan universities, technical universities, community colleges, or indigenous institutions while other institutions such as major research universities should concentrate on national and global research agendas and on educating internationally-competent researchers and professionals? How can a university be global and at the same time locally relevant? Is it, or should it be, left to the institutions to determine the scope and mode of their community engagement, or is a state mandate preferable and feasible? If community engagement or community service are mandatory, what are the consequences of not complying with the mandate? How effective are policy mandates and university engagement for regional and local economic development? What are the principal features and relationships of regionally-engaged universities? Is community engagement to be left to faculty members and students who are particularly socially engaged and locally embedded or is it, or should it be, made mandatory for both faculty and students? How can community engagement be (better) integrated with the (other) two traditional missions of the universityresearch and teaching? Cover image: The Towering Four-fold Mission of Higher Education, by Natalie Jacob
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Cataloging source
GW5XE
Dewey number
378.1/03
Index
index present
LC call number
LC237
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Series statement
Pittsburgh studies in comparative and international education
Series volume
volume 3
Label
Community engagement in higher education : policy reforms and practice, edited by W. James Jacob, Stewart E. Sutin, John C. Weidman, and John L. Yeager, (electronic resource/)
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http://massasoit.idm.oclc.org/login?url=https://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&authtype=cookie%2Cip%2Ccpid&custid=massas&scope=site&db=nlebk&AN=1048586
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Includes index
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references at the end of each chapters and index
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Contents
Community engagement in higher education: international and local perspectives / W. James Jacob, Stewart E. Sutin, John C. Weidman, and John L. Yeager -- Divide and conquer: long-term consequences for education, economic participation, and higher education engagement / Kassie Freeman -- Service-learning and disaster recovery: implications for government, communities, and colleges / Alex Johnson and David Hoovler -- Engaging technology in university-community partnerships / Tatyana Dumova -- Building university-community partnerships: expectations and challenges / Maria Adamuti-Trache and Adrienne E. Hyle -- Place-based approaches to engagement: can universities be local and global? / Linda Silka, Mario Teisl, and James Settele -- University and communities in partnership: exploring the roots and current trends of higher education community engagement in the United States / Tracy M. Soska -- Public higher education performance in the United States: a community perspective / Stewart E. Sutin and Kathryn Bethea -- Service-learning as catalyst for integrating community engagement across core academic functions / Lina D. Dostilio and Dan Getkin -- Critical civic literacy as an essential component of the undergraduate curriculum: the case of California State University, Monterey Bay / Seth S. Pollack -- Teachers College Partnership Schools Consortium: a university-assisted schools model to achieve comprehensive educational opportunity / Kecia Hayes and Emily Zemke -- Evolution, not revolution: building the engagement function one asset at a time / Anne C. Kaplan -- The shape of community engagement in urban centers -- possibilities or improbabilities: the case of Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan / Carolyn M. Shields -- Knowledge matters: the service mission of Chinese higher education institutions / Sumin Li and Dongfang Wang -- A comparative and empirical study of academic service activities: a focus on Japan / Futao Huang -- The role of Maasai Mara University in promoting sustainable development / David K. Serem and Augustine M. Kara -- Enhancing community-university engagement: the case of Montemorelos University / Gustavo Gregorutti, Zeno L. Charles-Marcel, Wilma Gonzalez, Gener Aviles, and Herbert Roel Cea -- Action learning as an approach for developing leaders, solving problems, and building successful teams: a case study of Princess Nora Bint Abdul-Rahman University / Eiman S. Abokhodair
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802156
Label
Community engagement in higher education : policy reforms and practice, edited by W. James Jacob, Stewart E. Sutin, John C. Weidman, and John L. Yeager, (electronic resource/)
Link
http://massasoit.idm.oclc.org/login?url=https://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&authtype=cookie%2Cip%2Ccpid&custid=massas&scope=site&db=nlebk&AN=1048586
Publication
Copyright
Note
Includes index
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references at the end of each chapters and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Community engagement in higher education: international and local perspectives / W. James Jacob, Stewart E. Sutin, John C. Weidman, and John L. Yeager -- Divide and conquer: long-term consequences for education, economic participation, and higher education engagement / Kassie Freeman -- Service-learning and disaster recovery: implications for government, communities, and colleges / Alex Johnson and David Hoovler -- Engaging technology in university-community partnerships / Tatyana Dumova -- Building university-community partnerships: expectations and challenges / Maria Adamuti-Trache and Adrienne E. Hyle -- Place-based approaches to engagement: can universities be local and global? / Linda Silka, Mario Teisl, and James Settele -- University and communities in partnership: exploring the roots and current trends of higher education community engagement in the United States / Tracy M. Soska -- Public higher education performance in the United States: a community perspective / Stewart E. Sutin and Kathryn Bethea -- Service-learning as catalyst for integrating community engagement across core academic functions / Lina D. Dostilio and Dan Getkin -- Critical civic literacy as an essential component of the undergraduate curriculum: the case of California State University, Monterey Bay / Seth S. Pollack -- Teachers College Partnership Schools Consortium: a university-assisted schools model to achieve comprehensive educational opportunity / Kecia Hayes and Emily Zemke -- Evolution, not revolution: building the engagement function one asset at a time / Anne C. Kaplan -- The shape of community engagement in urban centers -- possibilities or improbabilities: the case of Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan / Carolyn M. Shields -- Knowledge matters: the service mission of Chinese higher education institutions / Sumin Li and Dongfang Wang -- A comparative and empirical study of academic service activities: a focus on Japan / Futao Huang -- The role of Maasai Mara University in promoting sustainable development / David K. Serem and Augustine M. Kara -- Enhancing community-university engagement: the case of Montemorelos University / Gustavo Gregorutti, Zeno L. Charles-Marcel, Wilma Gonzalez, Gener Aviles, and Herbert Roel Cea -- Action learning as an approach for developing leaders, solving problems, and building successful teams: a case study of Princess Nora Bint Abdul-Rahman University / Eiman S. Abokhodair
Control code
ocn911492651
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource (access may be restricted)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institution
Level of compression
unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
Stock number
802156

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