Research Resource Sites
National Youth Leadership Council’s Generator School Network
National Service Learning Clearinghouse, an online library of service-learning resources which offers thousands of free online resources for K-12, higher education, community based organization, and tribal communities.
UNO’s Barbara A. Holland Collection for Service Learning and Community Engagement
The Barbara A. Holland Collection houses over 10,000 scholarly works on service learning and community engagement. Under the care of Criss Library, the collection is updated and enhanced with the addition of international publications and resources. It is available on the UNO campus and accessible worldwide through interlibrary loan programs and online access. The collection spans engagement in higher education, K-12 schools, community-based organizations and the Tribal Nations.
Campus Compact, a national coalition of college and university presidents committed to fulfilling the civic purposes of higher education, offers a variety of resources sorted by category (e.g., partnership, diversity, assessment) and constituent group (e.g., faculty, staff, students).
National Society for Experiential Education
National Society for Experiential Education (NSEE) is a nonprofit membership association of educators, businesses and community leaders. Founded in 1971, NSEE also serves as a national resource center for the development and improvement of experiential education programs nationwide.
Corporation for National and Community Service (Learn and Serve America)
The Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS) is a federal agency that engages more than 5 million Americans in service through its core programs -- Senior Corps, AmeriCorps, and the Social Innovation Fund. CNCS plays a critical role in strengthening America's nonprofit sector and addressing our nation's challenges through service - defining those priority areas as disaster services, economic opportunity, education, environmental stewardship, healthy futures, and veterans/military families.
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