PRELOAD: A Rubric to Evaluate Course Syllabi for Quality Indicators of Community Engagement and Service-Learning Components. Kieran, L. and Haack, S. 10(2):9.
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Faculty development programs have proven successful in teaching faculty how to develop community engagement and service-learning (CES-L) courses. Evaluating the outcomes of these programs can occur through assessment of course syllabi for CES-L elements. The PRELOAD rubric was created, which includes the following facets: Partnership, Reflection, Engagement, Logistics, Objectives, Assessment, and Definition. The rubric can support faculty developing CES-L courses and community engagement offices documenting the scope of CES-L opportunities across campus.
@article{kieran_preload_nodate,
	title = {{PRELOAD}: {A} {Rubric} to {Evaluate} {Course} {Syllabi} for {Quality} {Indicators} of {Community} {Engagement} and {Service}-{Learning} {Components}},
	volume = {10},
	abstract = {Faculty development programs have proven successful in teaching faculty how to develop community engagement and service-learning (CES-L) courses. Evaluating the outcomes of these programs can occur through assessment of course syllabi for CES-L elements. The PRELOAD rubric was created, which includes the following facets: Partnership, Reflection, Engagement, Logistics, Objectives, Assessment, and Definition. The rubric can support faculty developing CES-L courses and community engagement offices documenting the scope of CES-L opportunities across campus.},
	language = {en},
	number = {2},
	author = {Kieran, Laura and Haack, Sally},
	keywords = {Academic Civic Engagement},
	pages = {9},
}
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