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Phillip Motley, Amanda Sturgill present at research in service learning conference

School of Communications assistant professor Phillip Motley and associate professor Amanda Sturgill each presented work at the International Association for Research in Service-Learning and Civic Engagement (IARSLCE) annual conference Nov. 2-4 in Chicago.

Phillip Motley (left) and Amanda Sturgill

Both Motley’s paper, “Affordances of International Serice-Learning: Enhancing Learning Through Authenticity and Autonomy,” and Sturgill’s, “Methods of Reflection about Service Learning Experiences: Guided vs. Free, Public vs. Private, and Dialogic vs. Expressive,” related to work conducted during the Elon Interactive Media master's program’s winter term Fly-In projects in Central America.

IARSLCE drew more than 500 participants from 14 countries to listen to presentations of new research in service learning.

Colin Donohue,
Staff
11/14/2011 2:28 PM