Assessing it service-learning

@inproceedings{Homkes2008AssessingIS,
  title={Assessing it service-learning},
  author={Rick Homkes},
  booktitle={SIGITE Conference},
  year={2008}
}
Service-Learning is the delivery of a service to the community within the context of an educational program of study. Going further, it is a form of experiential learning, applying what was learned within a classroom or laboratory setting to problems of the real world. Using service-learning, students in information technology can experience the unstructured problems of a real world situation while having the structure of a university course. While one major goal of service-learning is service… CONTINUE READING

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