The scholarship of engagement is conceptualized as involving faculty in the community in ways that benefit the community and advance the faculty member's scholarship. It may involve students or not. It is a parallel activity to service-learning. It may be conceptualized as a model of scholarship that involves and benefits a community and advances a faculty member's scholarship.
Engaged Scholarship Toolkit:
Co-developed by Jeff Howard, DePaul Universityt and Tim Stanton, Stanford University, identifies a plethora of web-based resources and articles related to community-engaged scholarship.
Community-Campus Partnerships for Health:
CES4Health publishes peer reviewed community engaged scholarship including videos, reports, digital stories and toolkits. The publications are open access.
For assistance with developing scholarship from community engagement, contact Jeffrey Howard.