Service-Learning & Volunteering

Faculty Opportunities

eService-Learning 101 Research Literature and Resources

Compiled below are a list of recommended reaching on eService-Learning literature. Please click on each title to go to the PDF of each document.

Give Pulse's Community Engagement and Service-Learning in the COVID-19 Public Health Crisis Web Portal

E-Service-Learning: The Evolution of Service-Learning to Engage a Growing Online Student Population

Making a Difference Online: Facilitating Service-Learning Through Distance Education

Extreme Service-Learning (XE-SL): E-Service Learning in the 100% Online Course

Teaching and Learning Social Justice through Online Service-Learning Courses

Toward a Model of Experiential E-Learning

Community-Engaged Pedagogy in the Virtual Classroom: Integrating eService – Learning Into Online Leadership Education

“More Like a Real Human Being”: Humanizing Historical Artists Through Remote Service-Learning

Using eService-Learning to Practice Technical Writing Skills for Emerging Nonprofit Professionals


New England Faculty Fusion Course

Maine Campus Compact, in partnership with Campus Compact for New Hampshire and Campus Compact for Southern New England, will lead a New England-wide initiative offering enhanced online teaching support as part of the Fusion Course program. The course and additional support will be offered free of charge for many faculty members in New England, based on availability.

The Fusion Course provides critical training and support for faculty as they adapt to online teaching and offers instruction for how to integrate community engagement methodologies into existing curricula to improve the quality of course delivery and foster student engagement. Through this faculty development course, faculty learn how to infuse community based-learning components into online courses to give students hands-on, real-world experiences that will strengthen learning, create connections to the larger community, and improve student retention rates.

Elements of the New England Fusion Project include:

  • A 2-3 week Fusion curriculum/course that trains faculty in incorporating community-engaged education into online courses with a special introductory welcome session .
  • A series of 5 thematic workshop webinars (1.5 hours each) focused on topics such as engaging students in online settings and how to integrate community partnerships into online classes.
  • Virtual drop-in office hours for faculty who need added support with engaged online teaching.
  • A cross campus peer-to-peer resource hub for New England campuses and faculty.


Courses include a hybrid of live sessions and outside coursework. We have three different course sessions coming up (check out our website for specifics on live sessions):

  • Option 1: October 27 - November 13, 2020
  • Option 2: December 1 - December 18, 2020
  • Option 3: January 4 - January 15, 2021

Learn more and register here!


Service Learning Online

Service-Learning Online is a VCU ALT Lab self-paced course. This course may be completed entirely on your own, at your own pace, and completely online. This course is intended to take approximately 4-6 hours, or what would be considered one week of assignments in a three-credit hour course. This course is free and open-sourced to all.

Sign Up Here!


Census 2020 Resources

Campus Compact has compiled a variety of resources related to the 2020 Census. Review the resources below to support your campus in getting a complete count.

Census 2020 Knowledge Hub

Compact Nation Podcast Season 4 Episode 1: Does the Census Spark Joy?

Engage the 2020 Census: Resources for the Whole Campus

Census Dialogue Guide

Partner Resources

Higher Education Toolkit: A Guide for Administrators to Tailor Census Outreach Efforts on College Campuses

Census Jobs


MAET Mini-MOOC on Remote Teaching

 Assessment, feedback, and evaluation

The Master of Arts in Educational Technology Program at Michigan State University is honored to support the amazing work that educators are doing around the world as they transition to a range of remote teaching contexts. Our Mini-MOOC on Remote Teaching focuses on high-priority, digestible topics with the intent of applying them to practice tomorrow.

Register Here


Crowd Cafe: Online Crowdsourcing Group

The 3rd Friday of every month.

The digital scholarship groups at Boston University and Boston College are co-hosting a monthly informal gathering for people wishing to contribute to crowdsourced projects. There are opportunities to get involved for anyone regardless of their educational background, all that is required is a laptop and internet connection. 

Learn more about Crowd Cafe and how to get involved.