ILCC gathers resources pertaining to higher education, civic responsibility, community engagement, and everything in between. Resources are selected monthly based on current trends, topics, and interests. The goal of the ILCC resource round-up is to encourage members to have thoughtful dialogue around relevant issues in the field and to offer a place to learn more about the concepts surrounding our mission.
For the upcoming 2020 census, we created our own college fellowship toolkit designed to inform students about the census, how to engage their campus, and how to go into their local communities to stress the importance of everyone being counted. View or download the most up-to-date file in the slideshow below by signing into your Microsoft account, or download an archived version by clicking below!
Other External Resources:
- Our partner organization ILCountMeIn2020 also created a nice toolkit to help prepare their members for the upcoming 2020 census. Click here to view the communications toolkit. The toolkit contains talking points, sample social media posts, graphics, the IL Count Me In 2020 logos and avatars, and more.
- “Higher Education’s Role in Enacting a Thriving Democracy Civic Learning and Democratic Engagement Theory of Change” by David Hoffman, Jennifer Domagal-Goldman, Stephanie King, and Verdis Robinson.
- “The Impact of Service-Learning on Pre-service Teachers Preconceptions of Urban Education” by Sherri Weber of SUNY Buffalo State.
- Compact Nation Podcast: Season 2 Episode 10: From Partnerships to Transformative Impact
- Tapping into the Student Voice: One Institution’s Effort to Listen More Deeply by Laura Wilmarth Tyna, Director of Community Engaged Learning at our Member Institution, Lewis University.
- “Local Officials Often Make Health Care Decisions with Little Input from Citizens,” dives into the consequences of not voting, state and local officials, and the health-related decisions made in those positions — like Medicaid expansion, prescription drug policies, and mental health. This was written by MPH@GW, the online MPH program from the George Washington University.
- Campus Compact’s own: Assessing Service-Learning and Civic Engagement Principles and Techniques Edition: 2 by Sherril B. Gelmon, Barbara A. Holland, Amy Spring With Seanna Kerrigan, Amy Driscoll. This book offers a broad overview of many issues related to assessment in higher education, with specific application for understanding the impact of service-learning and civic engagement initiatives. This revised edition includes an additional chapter that explores recent changes in the assessment landscape and offers examples and resources for designing assessment strategies for community engagement in higher education. Purchase it here.