In preparing students to lead successful alternative break teams, this course focuses on techniques for planning trip logistics, educating students on social issues, and facilitating critical reflection. Development in theoretical approaches to service-learning specifically connected to service immersion leadership; variety of concepts including intersectionality of varied social and community issues, reflection and reciprocity, active citizenship and community building, practical implementation of skills from student's academic disciplines, leadership development, and other related areas.
[NOTE: This guide was created for Charlotte Brown's fall 2018 section of this course.]
Students will be able to:
Find accurate and useful information related to team topic and location
Things to search for online about the local community, try Googling:
Next, try the Libraries' InfoHawk+ Tool to search for books, articles, and news sources all at the same time:
TIP: Look for a link that says "Sources" or "Publications" to see if your city is represented by a publication in the database.
Schedule a one-on-one research consultation with a librarian
Use Guides to find resources on a wide variety of subject areas, and the contact information for the librarian who works with that subject
Use LibAnswers Frequently Asked Questions to find an answer
Email us @ firstname.lastname@example.org
Call us @ 319-335-5299
SMS us @ 319-313-2395
In addition, try looking at our Tutorials for to-the-point video tutorials that give you just the info you need.
TIP: You may be able to find articles about your topic that take place in your location, but you can search your topic and your location separately in order to discover more results.