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A Consulting Model of Global Service Learning

  title={A Consulting Model of Global Service Learning},
  author={Joseph Mertz and R. Weinberg and J. Kim and Alimou Bah},
  • Joseph Mertz, R. Weinberg, +1 author Alimou Bah
  • Published in AMCIS 2013
  • Computer Science
  • Service Learning is increasingly common in collegiate Computer Science and Information Systems curricula. Typically students work in real-world situations, applying their skills to address authentic community needs. Students’ reports of learning benefits and positive feelings about their experiences are well recorded in the literature on service learning. The value of project outcomes to the community partner are often assumed and less commonly assessed. Recent research indicates that partner… CONTINUE READING
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