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Title: Case study : essential elements of organizing a student-initiated service-learning project in developing countries
Authors: Lee, JKY
Ling, LTS
Keywords: Service-learning
Student-initiated project
Services experiences
Issue Date: 2014
Publisher: USR-SL 2014
Source: Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Service-Learning, Nov 20-21, 2014, Hong Kong, p. 322-323 (Poster Abstract) How to cite?
Abstract: Service-learning brings different benefits to the undergraduate students including personal development, social responsibility, and improvements in academic learning (Eyler et al., 2000). In 2013, 12 students from 3 disciplines, engineering, health sciences and hotel management, initiated a service-learning project to Cambodia for 12 days. In this case study, we review the process of team formation, preparation and implementation. Finally, we suggest 7 essential elements as a guideline for implementing a student-initiated project.
Rights: ©2014 The 2nd Summit on University Social Responsibility cum Inaugural International Conference on Service-Learning 2014 (USR-SL 2014)
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