Documenting Community Engagement Practices and Outcomes: Insights From Recipients of the 2010 Carnegie Community Engagement Classification

@inproceedings{Noel2015DocumentingCE,
  title={Documenting Community Engagement Practices and Outcomes: Insights From Recipients of the 2010 Carnegie Community Engagement Classification},
  author={Jana Noel and David P. Earwicker},
  year={2015}
}
This study was performed to document the strategies and methods used by successful applicants for the 2010 Carnegie Community Engagement Classification and to document the cultural shifts connected with the application process and receipt of the Classification. Four major findings emerged: (1) Applicants benefited from a team approach; (2) Evidence of community engagement often already exists within an institution, but additional data will likely need to be gathered; (3) Successful applicants… CONTINUE READING

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