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Service Learning in the Curriculum: Examining a Media Literacy Project

Raul Reis

California State University, Long Beach

Abstract:

This paper aims to measure the efficacy of a service-learning course focused on media literacy. The main goal of the paper is to help colleagues who are involved in the development of service-learning projects. The research questions revolve around the effects of service learning on college students as well as on community members. In order to answer those questions and relate them to the critical issues raised by previous studies, my research focused on understanding the experiences and perspectives of the university and elementary school students directly involved in the project.

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Posted October 29, 2001

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©2001 by Raul Reis

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