Marshall Unversity's Center for Teaching & Learning: Service Learning Program
Service Learning Program

MUSLP offers a regular series of workshops designed to help faculty develop service learning courses in their respective disciplines. We offer three types of workshops:

Introduction to Service Learning
Every Fall semester during iPED: Inquiring Pedagogies, the annual fall conference on teaching and learning. All faculty are invited. (75 minutes)

This session introduces faculty to the philosophy of service learning, distinguishes service learning from internships and other forms of experiential learning, and offers examples of service learning in a variety of disciplines.

Advanced Service Learning Course Construction Workshop
Every Fall and Spring semester. Reservations required. (4 hours)

This advanced session offers intensive training in converting a course in any discipline into an SL-designated course. This workshop is strongly recommended for faculty preparing an application for the SL course designation. Space is limited. Advance registration required. All faculty who complete the Course Construction workshop and submit a successful application for an SL course designation will receive a certificate of successful workshop completion and a gift card for use in the Marshall Bookstore. (Register now)

Best Practices Roundtable: Service Learning in the Disciplines
Every Spring during Week 11. All faculty are invited. (90 minutes)

This session reviews some of the best SL practices in a variety of disciplines and showcases some of the service-learning projects and pedagogies developed by Marshall faculty, students, and community partners during the current academic year.

Additional workshops are available throughout the year. Continue to check our website for more information about upcoming workshops or join our list-serve to receive updates by email.