University of Louisville
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Louisville, KY 40208
Addressing the needs and interests of our diverse communities locally, statewide, nationally and internationally.
Community-Based Learning (CBL) courses offer students a learning experience with an external partner organization and can include internships, co-ops, independent studies, clinical experiences for credit, capstone projects, and culminating educational experiences.
Each CBL course should meet the following criteria:
If you are interested in designating your course as a CBL course, contact the Office of Community Engagement. The office can also provide assistance if you are interested in developing a CBL course or revising an existing course to meet the CBL criteria.
Community Based Learning (CBL) Listserv - open to UofL faculty, staff, and graduate students who would like to learn more about CBL. The listserv provides a forum for open discussion and information sharing on topics related to Community-Based Learning.
The Service-Learning History Project Archive - housed at Stanford University, contains freely accessible and downloadable audio and video interviews, films and manuscripts and other documents, which tell the story of the emergence and ongoing institutionalization of the field of service-learning (community-based learning) from its beginnings in the 1960s to the current time.