Implementing undergraduate research skills training in the context of service-learning can facilitate scholarship for faculty members, as well as enhance student developmental outcomes and augment innovation/ entrepreneurship training in liberal arts education. This study proposes a conceptual framework to integrate faculty research initiatives with undergraduate research skills training via the service-learning project, based on previous literature (Reitmaier Koehler, Reveling Smith, Davis and Mangan-Danckwart, 2015). As a result, different stakeholders, including students, faculty members, and community partner organizations, gain benefits from the service-learning project. The study also reports the findings revealed from the first round of model testing with action research approach and a service-learning course of Lingnan University.
|Number of pages||7|
|Publication status||Published - 18 Dec 2020|
|Event||Staff Symposium on Service-Learning: ‘Building an Engaged Service-Learning Community' - Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong, China|
Duration: 18 Dec 2020 → 18 Dec 2020
|Symposium||Staff Symposium on Service-Learning: ‘Building an Engaged Service-Learning Community'|
|Period||18/12/20 → 18/12/20|