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Community-Engaged Learning and Scholarship/Service Learning Research Guide: Getting Started

Off-Campus Users

To log into the library research databases from off-campus, you will be required to use your Loyola or NDMU provided username (full email address: example@loyola.edu, studentexample@live.ndm.edu or facultyexample@ndm.edu) and password. Notre Dame students should use their Gatorpass (same as email password), NOT their Joule password.

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Introduction

Welcome to the Service Learning research help guide. ERIC defines service learning as "learning through community service (or public service in a wider sphere), usually integrated with regular instruction in school or college". This guide  hopes to provide direction for finding information on service learning at LNDL.

Have a question on any of the information resources available in this guide? Don't hesitate to contact us and we'll be happy to support you in your  research process.

 

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