The National Service Learning Conference is the largest gathering of youth and practitioners involved in service-learning, drawing more than 1,800 attendees from across the United States and many other countries each year. The conference's multiple day, concurrent session format offers a self-directed, facilitated learning environment with education sessions, discussion groups and interactive workshops designed specifically for all levels of attendees engaged in service-learning and focused on current and emerging issues, best practices and the challenges facing us today.
AERA hosts a special interest group (SIG) on service-learning and experiential learning. The SIG's purpose is "to bring together both researchers and practitioners to build and promote understanding of SL and experiential education for the betterment of the field. Encouraged submissions are intended to address the conceptual, methodological, policy, and pragmatic challenges and opportunities in re-imagining the promise and potential of education research.
The Annual Continuums of Service Conference facilitates roundtable discussions that explores diverse perspectives, creates public spaces to share ideas, and has keynote speakers who will challenge your thinking. By the end of the conference, they integrate collective ideas into a new vision that participants can take back to their colleges, universities, and communities. Come build new skills, confidence, and a renewed passion to lead campus and community partnerships into the future! They are looking for Higher Education and K-12 faculty, staff, administrators, students, and community stakeholders involved in service-learning, civic engagement, and have a desire to learn even more.
As a desginated IUPUI Signature Center, the Center for Service and Learning (CSL) and the Center for Service and Learning Research Collaborative (CSLRC), both provide opportunities for faculty, staff and students to engage in issues concerning civic engagement and service learning.
This annual conference, launched in 2003, is designed for faculty and staff who facilitate campus civic engagement efforts. The conference offers deep reflection about civic engagement work through presentations and workshops, facilitated discussions and networking.The IARSLCE annual research conference is targeted to scholars, practitioners, students, and community partners interested in research on service-learning, community-based research, campus-community partnerships, and civic learning outcomes in P-20 education. Attendees include faculty, administrators, and scholar-practitioners in higher education, community partners, educators in K-12, and professionals and leaders in educational policy and community development.