Inventory of the Robert Sigmon Collection, 1962 - 2006 Mss.Coll.033

Inventory of the Robert Sigmon Collection, 1962 - 2006
Mss.Coll.033


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Descriptive Summary

Repository: Elon University. Belk Library Archives and Special Collections
Creator: Robert Sigmon
Title: Robert Sigmon Collection, 1962 - 2006
Language of Material: Material in English
Location: The collection is located in Belk Library Archives Satellite Shelving at Elon University. Please contact the Archivist and Special Collections Librarian for further details about the location.
Abstract: This manuscript collection was compiled by Robert Sigmon, a leading educator and advocate in the field of service-learning for higher education. It is contained in 9 boxes, covering 1962-2006, with 472 folders and about 2532 items. The materials encompass self-directed learning, experiential learning, partnerships with the community, assessing public needs, internships, career opportunities, workshops, teaching, conferences on this topic, and much more. For a complete listing of the specific contents in this collection, consult the section below titled "Detailed Description of the Collection."
Extent: 8.25 linear feet, 9 archival boxes

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Administrative Information

Access Restrictions

Collection is open for research.


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Copyright Notice

The nature of the Archives and Special Collections of Belk Library means that copyright or other information about restrictions may be difficult or even impossible to determine despite reasonable efforts. The Archives and Special Collections of Belk Library claims only physical ownership of most materials. The materials from our collections are made available for use in research, teaching, and private study, pursuant to the U.S. Copyright Law. The user must assume full responsibility for any use of the materials, including but not limited to, infringement of copyright and publication rights of reproduced materials. Any materials used for academic research of otherwise should be fully credited with the source.


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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Robert Sigmon Collection, Belk Library Archives and Special Collections, Elon University, Elon, NC, USA.


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Gift or Purchase Note

Gift. Please refer to the Correspondence Legal file for more information.


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Accession Information

#2009.13.1


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Processing Information

Processed by Lucy Burgess, December, 2009

Encoded by Katie Nash, January, 2010


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Biographical Note

Robert Sigmon was a pioneer on the forefront of experiential learning and experiential service. The majority of his manuscript collection reflects the decades of the 1970s through the 1990s in this field. His teachings, research, and development through workshops, discussions and classes provide insight into the field as it progresses away from rote or didactic learning. This type of learning is beneficial for self-directed students who take the initiative to acquire, apply and create the knowledge and skills needed to build character and community into creating a meaningful social change. In essence, experiential learning means taking the participant out of the classroom and into the world of reality.

The information below was written by Robert Sigmon.

Robert Sigmon was born in Lincoln County, NC, grew up in Charlotte, NC, graduated from Harding High School, and received a B.A. degree from Duke University in 1957.

Following college, he served in West Pakistan as a lay missionary with the Methodist Church where he managed a hostel for 130 boys. Bob oversaw the care, feeding, study halls of the non-classroom life of these youngsters (ages 11-16) who came from the lowest caste families in the Punjab region of Pakistan.

After three years in Pakistan, he studied for nine months at United Theological College in Bangalore, in southern India. Bob completed a Master of Divinity degree in 1964 at Union Theological Seminary, holding a two year field assignment as convener of a young adult ministry project at The Riverside Church in New York. During the Civil Rights era (1964-66) Bob and his wife, Marian, co-directed a Quaker Peace Corps type program in the southeast with the American Friends Service Committee.

Given his work in Pakistan, New York and with economically and racially oppressed communities in the southeast, he became intrigued with the kinds of learning that occur when young people and adults engage in direct service activities with oppressed and marginalized people. So for the next 40 years he worked in positions centered on promoting public service based experiential learning, primarily in the southeastern USA. Through the Southern Regional Council (1966-1970) he promoted service based experiential learning throughout the southeast. He helped create in 1969 the North Carolina Internship Office (NCIO), a joint project of the Governor's Office and the Board of Higher Education (later became the consolidated UNC system) which promoted service based experiential learning throughout the state. From 1970-75 he directed the NCIO. During this time, he was part of a group that formed what is now the National Society for Experiential Education. He designed and managed a student initiated community based practicum for the new School of Public Health at the University of South Carolina (1975-78) and managed clinical training and continuing education programs for health care practitioners from 1978-91 in Raleigh, NC. Since 1991 he has consulted with national, state, and local programs supporting community-based public service based experiential learning. In the early 1990s he designed and presented workshops promoting servant-leadership through the Robert K. Greenleaf Center. For ten years he served as Senior Associate with the Engaged Community and Campus initiative of the Council of Independent Colleges in Washington, D.C.

The Sigmon's moved to a small farm in Western North Carolina in 1999, although Marian continued to work from her home for the N.C. Division of Aging until 2001 and Bob continued his consulting business until 2005. He now aspires to become a competent gardener, beekeeper, woodworker and handyman. The family (his daughters and their families share the farm space) reside on a small farm in the Riceville community of northeastern Buncombe County.

Biographical Sources:

Composed by Robert Sigmon.


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Scope and Content Note

This collection focuses on the subject of service-learning and its development as an educational tool for higher learning from 1962 to 2006. The first three boxes contain periodicals and newsletters. The two main titles are Experiential Education and Synergist. The fourth box has a list of 72 books about service-learning and is associated with the collection. The other files in these boxes contain published articles and publications found in resources such as the American Journal of Education and The Chronicle of Higher Education.

Boxes five through nine comprise the rest of the collection covering the many workshops, conferences, speeches, and educational functions which Sigmon and others gave and/or attended. Also included are research notes, teaching aids, and other documents related to service-learning and experiential education. For specific information about the contents in each box, please refer to the Detailed Description of the Collection (Series Note) and the Container List below.


Arrangement

Boxes 1-3 are arranged alphabetically by title of periodical or newsletter and then chronologically; box 4 contains published articles and publications which, are arranged chronologically; boxes 5-9 are arranged chronologically and then by type of material which include: Address, Agenda, Bibliography, Book Chapter, Correspondence, Essays, Evaluations, Flyer, Forms, Handbook, Manuscripts, Map, Meeting notes, Membership, Policies and procedures, Press release, Proposals, Prospectus, Questionnaire, Reports, Research notes, Schedule, Speeches, Surveys, Syllabi, Teaching aids, and Transparencies.


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Online Catalog Headings

These and related materials may be found under the following headings in online catalogs.



Sigmon, Robert L.
Service learning -- United States
Experiential learning -- United States
Student volunteers in social service -- United States
Education, Higher -- United States
Interns -- North Carolina
Service learning -- United States -- Case studies
Curriculum planning -- United States -- Case studies
Experiential learning -- United States -- Case studies
Higher education and state -- United States
North Carolina Internship Office
Council of Independent Colleges
Private universities and colleges
Educators
Elon University -- Archival resources


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Related Material

There are no related materials to this collection at this time.

Detailed Description of the Collection

Box 1. Newsletters. 1968-2003.
63 Folders. circa 141 Items.
This box contains an alphabetic arrangement from A to N (followed by chronological arrangement) of newsletters with information on service-learning and programs involving student experiential education. Some popular titles include CIC Independent, Experiential Education, and NSEE Quarterly.
Folder 1. ASCD Infobrief. 1999.
Folder 2.1. American University Field Staff. 1968.
Folder 2.2. CIC Independent. 1995.
Folder 2.3. CIC Independent. 1996.
Folder 3. CIC Independent. 1998.
Folder 4.1. CIC Independent. 2005.
Folder 4.2. Campus Compact Reader. 2003.
Folder 5.1. ECS Issue Paper. 2001.
Folder 5.2. EXL The University of California. 1986.
Folder 5.3. Experiential Education. January-April 1976.
Folder 6. Experiential Education. May-August 1976.
Folder 7. Experiential Education. September-December 1976.
Folder 8. Experiential Education. January-April 1977.
Folder 9. Experiential Education. May-August 1977.
Folder 10. Experiential Education. September-December 1977.
Folder 11. Experiential Education. January-April 1978.
Folder 12. Experiential Education. May-August 1978.
Folder 13. Experiential Education. September-December 1978.
Folder 14. Experiential Education. January-April 1979.
Folder 15. Experiential Education. May-August 1979.
Folder 16. Experiential Education. September-December 1979.
Folder 17. Experiential Education. January-April 1980.
Folder 18. Experiential Education. May-August 1980.
Folder 19. Experiential Education. September-December 1980.
Folder 20. Experiential Education. January-April 1981.
Folder 21. Experiential Education. May-August 1981.
Folder 22. Experiential Education. September-December 1981.
Folder 23. Experiential Education. January-April 1982.
Folder 24. Experiential Education. May-August 1982.
Folder 25. Experiential Education. September-December 1982.
Folder 26. Experiential Education. January-April 1983.
Folder 27. Experiential Education. May-December 1983.
Folder 28. Experiential Education. January-April 1984.
Folder 29. Experiential Education. May-December 1984.
Folder 30. Experiential Education. January-April 1985.
Folder 31. Experiential Education. May-December 1985.
Folder 32. Experiential Education. January-April 1986.
Folder 33. Experiential Education. May-December 1986.
Folder 34. Experiential Education. January-April 1987.
Folder 35. Experiential Education. May-December 1987.
Folder 36. Experiential Education. January-April 1988.
Folder 37. Experiential Education. May-December 1988.
Folder 38. Experiential Education. January-April 1989.
Folder 39. Experiential Education. May-December 1989.
Folder 40. Experiential Education. January-April 1990.
Folder 41. Experiential Education. May-December 1990.
Folder 42. Experiential Education. January-April 1991.
Folder 43. Experiential Education. May-December 1991.
Folder 44. Experiential Education. January-April 1992.
Folder 45. Experiential Education. May-December 1992.
Folder 46. Experiential Education. January-June 1993.
Folder 47. Field Forum. 1973.
Folder 48. Field Forum. 1974.
Folder 49.1. Field Forum. 1975.
Folder 49.2. Higher Education in North Carolina. 1972.
Folder 49.3. Highlander Report. 1973.
Folder 49.4. Information for Action. 2005.
Folder 49.5. Lifelong Learning Forum. 1986.
Folder 50.1. NCIO Notes. 1972-1975.
Folder 50.2. NSEE Newsletter Index. 1972-1993 (by article title).
Folder 51. NSEE Newsletter Index. 1972-1993 (by author).
Folder 52. NSEE Quarterly. 1993.
Folder 53. NSEE Quarterly. 1994.
Folder 54. NSEE Quarterly. 1995.
Folder 55. NSEE Quarterly. 1996.
Folder 56. NSEE Quarterly. 1997.
Folder 57. NSEE Quarterly. 1998.
Folder 58. NSEE Quarterly. 1999.
Folder 59. NSEE Quarterly. 2000.
Box 2. Newsletters. 1972-1998.
16 Folders. circa 26 Items.
This box continues the alphabetic arrangement from N to Z (followed by chronological arrangement) of the newsletters about service-learning and student experiential education. A prominent title in this box is Public Service Internship News.
Folder 1. NSIEE Experimental Education. 1995.
Folder 2. National Service Newsletter. 1992.
Folder 3. Newman College Service Learning Schoolyard Lab. 1998.
Folder 4. OS Planning Leaflets. 1973.
Folder 5. Regional Spotlight. 1972.
Folder 6. Public Service Internship News. 1972.
Folder 7. Public Service Internship News. January-February 1973.
Folder 8. Public Service Internship News. June and August 1973.
Folder 9. Public Service Internship News. October and December 1973.
Folder 10. Public Service Internship News. January-August 1974.
Folder 11. Public Service Internship News. September-December 1974.
Folder 12. Public Service Internship News. January-March 1975.
Folder 13. Public Service Internship News. April-August 1975.
Folder 14. Public Service Internship News. September-December 1975.
Folder 15. Search Institute Source. 1998.
Folder 16. Study Commission. 1973.
Folder 17. Wake AHEC Reports. 1988 and 1990.
Folder 18. World Peacemakers. 1993.
Box 3. Periodicals. 1972-1996.
16 Folders. circa 25 Items.
This box is arranged alphabetically by the title of the periodical and then chronologically. Many of the periodicals pertain to the subjects of student volunteers and service-learning. The main title is Synergist.
Folder 1. Book List.
Folder 2. C and C Christianity and Crisis. 1972.
Folder 3. Civic Arts Review. 1988.
Folder 4. Journal of Education. 1975.
Folder 5. Regional Spotlight. 1972.
Folder 6. Service. 1995.
Folder 7. Southern Exposure. 1982.
Folder 8. Synergist. 1975.
Folder 9. Synergist. 1978.
Folder 10. Synergist. 1979.
Folder 11. Synergist. 1980.
Folder 12. Synergist. 1981.
Folder 13. Synergist. 1982.
Folder 14. Synergist Index. 1971-1982.
Folder 15. Wingspread Journal. 1987, 1989, and 1996.
Folder 16. Wingspread Special Report. Undated.
Box 4. Published Articles and Publications. 1961-2008.
48 Folders. circa 180 Items.
This box contains published articles and publications about the educational field with regards to experiential learning. Materials are mainly book chapters and periodicals with a few articles from newspapers and magazines. Some of the periodicals include New Directions for Higher Education, The Chronicle of Higher Education, Business Week, American Journal of Education, and Social Education. Some book chapters are from Supportiveness of the Learning Cycle, The Reflective Practitioner, and A Turn in the South.
Folder 1. Undated. Articles and Publications.
* Service Learning as Campus Culture by Edward Zlotkowski
* The Reflective Practitioner by Donald Schon
* The Way to Partnership, an Interview with Riane Eisler by D. Patrick Miller
* World College Conference: International Learning or Educational Imperialism? by Larry Magid
* Crisis in the Classroom by Charles E. Silberman
* Reclaiming the Liberal Arts by John Fish and John Kretzmann
* The Age of Paradox by Charles Handy
Folder 2. Undated. Articles and Publications.
* Self-Directed Adult Learners and Learning
* National Center for Public Service Internship Programs
* Ralph Nader on Goals for Higher Education by Ralph Nader
* Newtonian Organizations in a Quantum Age
* Standards of Quality for School-based Service-learning from the Alliance for Service-Learning in Education Reform
Folder 3. Undated. Articles and Publications.
* A Time for Partnership by Riane Eisler
* Misfortune and Injustice by Judith H. Shklar
* Options for Public Service Internships by Robert L. Sigmon
Folder 4. Undated. Articles and Publications.
* On the Meaning of Dependability, Trustworthiness, and Consistency by John C. Glidewell
* Continuing the Journey to Service-Learning: A Fable by Robert L. Sigmon
* Center for Partnership Studies
* Why Servanthood is Bad by John McKnight
* You are the Responsibles by John W. Gardner
Folder 5. 1959. Articles and Publications.
* The Gospel, the Church, and the Poor by F. William Stringfellow
Folder 6. 1961. Articles and Publications.
* On the Balance Between Skill and Knowledge by Joseph C. Bailey
Folder 7. 1962. Articles and Publications.
* Characteristics of a Helping Relationship by Carl R. Rogers
Folder 8. 1963. Articles and Publications.
* The Mission and the Ministry of the Church: Are They Being Confused? by J.S. Murray
* Martin Luther King, Jr.: From "Letter from Birmingham Jail"
Folder 9. 1965. Articles and Publications.
* Significant Aspects of a Helping Relationship by G.T. Barrett-Leonard
Folder 10. 1966. Articles and Publications.
* College Students: Servants in Training by Julius K. Nyerere
* Toward a Draft without Guns by Harris Wofford
Folder 11. 1967. Articles and Publications.
* The Design of Cross-Cultural Training: An Alternative to the University Model by Roger Harrison and Richard L. Hopkins
* Education and Community by Fred M. Newman and Donald W. Oliver
* Society, the Business Community and Social Responsibility by James N. Farr
Folder 12. 1968. Articles and Publications.
* Christianity and Crisis by James Kuhn
* To Hell with Good Intentions by Ivan Illich
Folder 13. 1969. Articles and Publications.
* The College that Students Helped Plan by Ralph Keyes
Folder 14. 1970. Articles and Publications.
* Learning Through Service: Making Education Contemporary by Robert L. Sigmon
* Appalachian North Carolina Service-Learning Internships
* Service-Learning at Mars Hill College
* Field Study Program at Justin Morrill College, Michigan State University
Folder 15. 1971. Articles and Publications.
* The Newman Report: Four Comments by Andrew M. Greeley, Alexander W. Astin, Joseph Katz, and David C. Epperson
Folder 16. 1972. Articles and Publications.
* Public Service Internships--An Institutional Design by Robert L. Sigmon
* They Learn Through Dealing with the Real World's Problems
* Service-Learning in North Carolina by Robert Sigmon
* North Carolina Internship Office
Folder 17. 1973. Articles and Publications.
* The Possibilities of Field Work by R.C. Townsend
* PSAC: Last Hurrah from Panel on Youth by John Walsh
Folder 18. 1974. Articles and Publications.
* Trustees Consider a Hypothetical Case by Robert K. Greenleaf
Folder 19. 1975. Articles and Publications.
* Service-Learning: A New Path for the Transition from Adolescence to Adulthood by Robert L. Sigmon
Folder 20. 1976. Articles and Publications.
* University of South Carolina School of Public Health, Notes for Public Health Practice
* Work Experience: A Redefinition by Peter Scharf and Thomas Wilson
* North Carolina Internship Office
* Is it More Blessed to Give Than to Receive? by Robert K. Greenleaf
* Community service: Old England by Alec Dickson
Folder 21. 1977. Articles and Publications.
* Service-Learning: Three Principles by Robert L. Sigmon
* Individualized Service-Centered Learning: A Faculty View by Robert L. Sigmon
* Life and Letters: It's so Hard to be Good Under Capitalism by Aristides
* University of South Carolina School of Public Health, Notes for Public Health Practice
Folder 22. 1978. Articles and Publications.
* University of South Carolina School of Public Health, Guide to Public Health Practice
* Shaping the Future of Health Education: From Behavior Change to Social Change by Nicholas Freudenberg
Folder 23. 1979. Articles and Publications.
* Ensuring Quality in Experiential Education
* Interests of Adult Learners by Allen Tough
Folder 24. 1980. Articles and Publications.
* Preparing Servant-Leaders by Robert Sigmon
* Faculty Roles in Off-Campus Learning Programs by Nancy Mayer Babits and Robert Sigmon
Folder 25. 1981. Articles and Publications.
Folder 26. 1982. Articles and Publications.
* Educating the Other Half: Implications of Left/Right Brain Research by Ronald L. Rubenzer
Folder 27. 1983. Articles and Publications.
* The Great American Health Fortunes of 1983 by Tony Bale
* Forming Something for Others and Self Through Service-Learning by Robert L. Sigmon
Folder 28. 1984. Articles and Publications.
* Negotiating a Successful Affiliation Agreement Between a Hospital and a University, Part II by Perry Hookman
Folder 29. 1985. Articles and Publications.
* Community Service and Higher Education: Obligations and Opportunities by Frank Newman, Catherine Milton, and Susan Stroud
* Approaching Minority Students as Assets by J. Herman Blake
* Apprenticeship as a Transition to Adulthood in West Germany by Stephen F. Hamilton
* The Case Against Credentialism by James Fallows
* Expert Challenges by Robert L. Sigmon
Folder 30. 1986. Articles and Publications.
* The Learning Enterprise by Anthony Patrick Carnevale
* How Christian Universities Contribute to the Corruption of Youth: Church and University in a Confused Age by Stanley Hauerwas
Folder 31. 1988. Articles and Publications.
* Journeys on the Service-Learning Road Part I by Robert Sigmon
* The Power of Experiential Learning by Sharon Rubin
* Cooperative Learning and Prejudice Reduction by Brenda Dorn Conrad
* Service and Learning: Observations from 37 Years of Practice by Robert Sigmon
Folder 32. 1989. Articles and Publications.
* A Day at the Races by Roger Williams
* Principles of Good Practice for Combining Service and Learning, a Wingspread Special Report by Ellen Porter Honnet and Susan J. Poulsen
* The Automated Office: A New Global Assembly Line by Anne Posthuma
Folder 33. 1990. Articles and Publications.
* Legal Issues in Combining Service and Learning by Michael B. Goldstein
* On a Scrap of Land in Henry County by Carol Polsgrove
* Joining Campus and Community Through Service Learning by Debbie Cotton and Timothy K. Stanton
Folder 34. 1991. Articles and Publications.
* Services are Bad for People, You're either a Citizen or a Client by John McKnight
* The Role of the EIAG Process in Experiential Learning by Sue Brocklebank and Joya Jimenez
* Cognitive Apprenticeship: Making Thinking Visible by Allan Collins, John Seely Brown, and Ann Holum
* Wild Mind by Natalie Goldberg
Folder 35. 1992. Articles and Publications.
* The Importance of Program Quality in Service-Learning by Janet Eyler and Dwight Giles, Jr.
Folder 36. 1993. Articles and Publications.
* Is Service Learning for Everyone? by Parker J. Palmer
* Leadership Development in the New Millennium by Joseph C. Rost
* Journeys on the Service-Learning Road Part I by Robert Sigmon
* Toward a Process for Critical Response by Liz Lerman
* Community Service in the Curriculum: From Volunteerism to Social Change by Anne Cassebaum
* Standards of Quality for School-based Service-learning from the Alliance for Service-Learning in Education Reform
Folder 37. 1994. Articles and Publications.
* The Theoretical Roots of Service-Learning in John Dewey: Toward a Theory of Service Learning by Dwight E. Giles, Jr. and Janet Eyler
* Acts of God? by Theodore Steinberg
* Tools for Change: Getting High School Students Involved in Community Service-Learning by Sue Keister, Dick Kinsley, and Hank Resnik
* At Home in the Natural World by Bridget Booher
* Experiential Learning Theory Revisited by Barry G. Sheckley and Mooris T. Keeton
* Why Community Service and Service-Learning? Providing Rationale and Research by Daniel F. Perkins and Joyce Miller
Folder 38. 1995. Articles and Publications.
* Sit Down. Be Quiet. Pay Attention. by Robert L. Sigmon
* The Irony of Service: Charity, Project and Social Change in Service-Learning by Keith Morton
* The Chaordic Organization: Out of Control and Into Order by Dee W. Hock
* Learning to Love the Swamp: Re-shaping Education for Public Service by Ellen Schall
Folder 39. 1996. Articles and Publications.
* Linking Service-Learning and the Academy by Edward Zlotkowski
* National Service From 1988-1996, A Personal View by Donald J. Eberly
Folder 40. 1997. Articles and Publications.
* Service Learning Ninety-Sixth Yearbook of the National Society for the Study of Education Part I by Joan Schine
* (integrity) by Stephen L. Carter
* The Heart of a Teacher Identity and Integrity in Teaching by Parker J. Palmer
* The Selling of Service-Learning to the Modern University How Much Will it Cost? by Kevin Mattson and Margo Shea
* Learning Through Service A Faculty Perspective by Charlotte E. Lott, Christina W. Michelmore, Marilyn Sullivan-Cosetti, and Joseph A. Wister
* A Critique of Service-Learning's Definitions, Continuums, and Paradigms: A Move Towards a Discourse-Praxis Community by Lori E. Varlotta
* Analyzing Institutional Commitment to Service: A Model of Key Organizational Factors by Barbara Holland
Folder 41. 1998. Articles and Publications.
* The New American Outreach University, Challenges and Options by Richard M. Lerner and Lou Anna K. Simon
* Shikshantar: The Peoples' Institute for Rethinking Education and Development by Manish and Vidhi Jain
* The Anatomy of College and Community Relationships by Russell Garth and Robert L. Sigmon
* Center for Partnership Studies
* Four Cornerstones by Riane Eisler
* Building Sustainable Partnerships Linking Communities and Educational Institutions by Robert L. Sigmon
Folder 42. 1999. Articles and Publications.
* Dealing with Deep Value Differences by John Forester
* The Community is their Textbook by Suzanne Goldsmith
* Engaging Communities and Campuses, Council of Independent Colleges
Folder 43. 2000. Articles and Publications.
* Engaging Communities and Campuses, Council of Independent Colleges
* Social Justice, Service Learning, and Multiculturalism as Inseparable Companions by Herbert L. Martin, Jr. and Terri A. Wheeler
* How Service Learning Affects Students by Alexander W. Astin, Lori J. Vogelgesang, Elaine K. Ikeda, and Jennifer A. Yee
* How Do We Know That Our Work Makes a Difference? Sherril B. Gelmon
Folder 44. 2001. Articles and Publications.
Folder 45. 2002. Articles and Publications.
* Individualism, Community and Learning by John Abbott
Folder 46. 2003. Articles and Publications.
* Partner Power and Service-Learning, Manual for Community-Based Organizations to Work with Schools by Rich Cairn
* Avoiding Trial and Error: Faculty Learning in Spanish Service-Learning Projects by Alice A. Weldon and Robert L. Sigmon
* The Vanity of I by Sara Mosle
* Council of Independent Colleges
Folder 47. 2007. Articles and Publications.
* Portfolio of Experience Summer Internship Program, Environmental Leadership Center of Warren Wilson College
* Google Goes Globe-Trotting by Steven Levy
Folder 48. 2008. Articles and Publications.
Box 5. Undated-1972.
73 Folders. circa 240 Items.
This box begins the chronological file for all remaining materials in this collection. Included are folders for correspondences; essays; reports; notes from meetings and research; as well as teaching aids and other associated documents. The undated materials contain information on the service-learning programs with internship policies and procedures, as well as documents on community partnerships. As with the whole of the collection, there is an underlying goal of educating and developing both the student and the public for self-directed learning processes to occur in order to aid all of humanity, both those assisting and those assisted.
Some of the materials include proposals and developments of educational institutes that foster internship programs through the Southern Regional Education Board (5:33-39). The Atlanta Service-Learning Conference was held in 1969, the first conference of its kind (5:45-46, 5:48). The interest in making educational facilities in North Carolina the first to have the vision to broaden curriculum which would include service-learning, began in the early 1970’s (5:56-73).
Folder 1. Undated. Bibliography.
Folder 2. Undated. Correspondence.
Folder 3. Undated. Essays.
* On Determining the "Ends" Toward Which a City, a County, a Region, an Institution, a Community or an Individual Strives and Works in their Daily Actions in the World by Robert Sigmon
* Prospects for Radical Educational Reform within the System by Michael Rossman
* The Spirituality of the Earth by Thomas Berry
* Service-Learning and the Law: Chronicling an Evolving Relationship by Michael B. Goldstein
* Center and Office Models for Public Service: A Summary of the Structures for Service Study by the Public Service Roundtable at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
* From Youth Service to Service-Learning by Jane C. Kendall
* Making a Future for Experiential Learning by Morris Keeton
Folder 4. Undated. Evaluations.
Folder 5. Undated. Flyer.
Folder 6. Undated. Forms.
Folder 7. Undated. Manuscripts.
* Reforming American Education: The Role of Community by Robert Shumer
Folder 8. Undated. Meeting Notes.
Folder 9. Undated. Policies and procedures.
* Mars Hill College
Folder 10. Undated. Proposals.
* Some Considerations for an Education Leadership Institute by Robert L. Sigmon
* Liberal Arts, Vocationalism, and Experiential Learning by Robert L. Sigmon
Folder 11. Undated. Questionnaire.
Folder 12. Undated. Reports.
* Service-Learning as an Integrated Experience in Middle School Education: An Introduction to Resources and Information by Dawn Wegter
Folder 13. Undated. Research notes.
Folder 14. Undated. Research notes.
* Kellogg Grant Evaluation Suggestions, Preliminary Report
Folder 15. Undated. Research notes.
Folder 16. Undated. Research notes.
Folder 17. Undated. Schedules.
Folder 18. Undated. Speeches.
* North Carolina Campus Compact
* High Thinking and Plain Living Servant-Leaders
* The Outer Limits of Human Educability: A Rationale by Jerry L. Fletcher
Folder 19. Undated. Teaching aids.
Folder 20. Undated. Teaching aids.
Folder 21. Undated. Teaching aids.
Folder 22. Undated. Teaching aids.
Folder 23. Undated. Transparencies.
Folder 24. 1962. Meeting notes.
* Inter-Unit Relationships in the Field of Missions and Service (George W. Carpenter)
Folder 25. 1963. Address.
* The Church's Mission and Service in the World by Rev. Dr. W.A. Visser 't Hooft
Folder 26. 1963. Research notes.
Folder 27. 1965. Correspondence.
* Voluntary International Service Assignments US Program
Folder 28. 1965. Essays.
Folder 29. 1965. Proposals.
* Diakonians
* Atlanta Model of the Methodist Voluntary Service Program
Folder 30. 1966. Prospectus.
* Oak Ridge Associated Universities
Folder 31. 1967. Address.
* ORAU's Responsibilities to its Member Universities Now and in the Future by William G. Pollard
* Oak Ridge Associated Universities
Folder 32. 1967. Form.
Folder 33. 1967. Membership.
* Southern Regional Education Board, Resource Development Internship Program
Folder 34. 1967. Proposals.
* Outline of Proposed Program for the Southern Education Foundation, Internships in Educational Development
* Southern Regional Education Board
Folder 35. 1968. Handbook.
* Southern Regional Education Board
* Ramsay, William R.
Folder 36. 1968. Proposals.
* Southern Regional Education Board, Resource Development Project
* Outline of Format for Determining Service Learning Internship Potential in North Carolina
Folder 37. 1968. Reports.
* Diakonia Paideia and the Southern Regional Education Board, Resource Development Internship Program by Donald J. Eberly
Folder 38. 1968. Research notes.
* Southern Regional Education Board, Resource Development Project
* Bach, Stuart A.
Folder 39. 1969. Correspondence.
* Southern Regional Education Board
Folder 40. 1969. Essays.
* Bridging the Gap: The Winston-Salem Service-Learning Project in Community Resource Development by Noel Dunivant, Jr.
Folder 41. 1969. Evaluations.
* An Evaluation of the Summer 1969 Resource Development Internship Program for The North Carolina Internship Office of the Department of Administration and the Board of Higher Education by David Kiel
Folder 42. 1969. Manuscripts.
* The University: An Untapped Resource in the Urban Crisis or Academia for Community Development: The Ivory Towers Topple by Noel Dunivant
Folder 43. 1969. Program.
* The Atlanta Service Learning Players Present a Broad Approach to Rapid Transit or the Impact of Body Size on the Transportation Industry
* Atlanta Service Learning Conference
Folder 44. 1969. Proposals.
* Proposal for Community Development Service: School of Design North Carolina State University by Henry Sanoff and Henry King Burgwyn
Folder 45. 1969. Reports.
* Atlanta Service-Learning Conference Report of the Learning Work group
Folder 46. 1969. Research notes.
* Atlanta Service-Learning Conference
Folder 47. 1969. Speeches.
* The Limits of Campus Liberty by James B. Donovan
Folder 48. 1969. Survey.
* Student Manpower Survey for Atlanta
Folder 49. 1970. Address.
* Service-Learning: An Educational Style by Robert Lee Sigmon
* North Carolina Internship Office
Folder 50. 1970. Correspondence.
Folder 51. 1970. Essays.
* 85,000 Service-Learners by Robert L. Sigmon
Folder 52. 1070. Evaluations.
* Southern Regional Education Board
Folder 53. 1970. Manuscripts.
* Service-Learning: A Real World Search for Truth by Robert P. Mosteller
* North Carolina Internship Office
* Educational Order and Disorder by John Bremer
Folder 54. 1970. Proposals.
Folder 55. 1970. Reports.
* A Regional Center for the Study of Public Policy
Folder 56. 1970. Research notes.
* Southern Regional Education Board
* North Carolina Internship Office
Folder 57. 1970. Speeches.
* Some Aspirations for Higher Education in North Carolina
* West, Cameron
Folder 58. 1971. Bibliography.
Folder 59. 1971. Essays.
* Service-Learning Internships: How to Realize the Possibilities and Make the Most of Them
* North Carolina Internship Office
* An Overview on Where we are Moving with Respect to Service-Learning in North Carolina by Robert L. Sigmon
Folder 60. 1971. Evaluations.
* Service-Learning Takes a Look at Itself: An Evaluation of the Internship Experience of Undergraduate Students during the Summer of 1970
North Carolina Internship Office
* Kiel, David
Folder 61. 1971. Handbook.
* Handbook for Solicitor-Defender Law Student Summer Internship Program
* State Planning Division, North Carolina Department of Administration
Folder 62. 1971. Proposals.
* Southern Regional Education Board
* World Council of Churches
Folder 63. 1971. Questionnaire.
Folder 64. 1971. Reports.
* North Carolina Internship Office
* Towards a Theory of Internship Learning by David Kiel
Folder 65. 1971. Research notes.
Folder 66. 1971. Speeches.
Folder 67. 1971. Survey.
* North Carolina Environmental Internship Program
Folder 68. 1972. Agreement.
Folder 69. 1972. Correspondence.
Folder 70. 1972. Essays.
* Education Opportunities in North Carolina by Robert L. Sigmon
* Service-Learning Goals and Priorities by the Staff of the Service-Learning Internship Program at Winston-Salem, North Carolina
* Public Agency Perspectives on Action-Learning by Robert L. Sigmon
* Carolina Youth Opportunities, 85,000 Service-Learners by Robert L. Sigmon
* North Carolina Internship Office
* Public Agency Perspectives on Action-Learning by Robert L. Sigmon
* A Service-Learning Internship by John Bullock
Folder 71. 1972. Essays.
* What You Always Wanted to Know About Training n Ach, But Were Afraid to Ask by Mike Bernhart
* Public Agency Perspectives on Action-Learning by Robert L. Sigmon
* Service-Learning Steps Along the Way, A College Perspective
Folder 72. 1972. Evaluations.
Folder 73. 1972. Handbook.
* A Notebook on Service-Learning
* North Carolina Internship Office
Box 6. 1972-1980s.
71 Folders. circa 240 Items.
The 1970’s were a busy time for experiential and service-learning initiatives. The whole wheel of service-learning was emerging from goal setting to experimenting and reviewing and finally doing, all dependent on the learner. The SFEE (The Society for Field Experience Education) held its founding conference in 1972 (6:4). The Southern Regional Education Board gives its report on student learning through community involvement during the same year (6:5). The need, use, and evaluation of internships in the community are highlighted through various documents in this box (6:6-7, 6:12-13, 6:17-18). Proposals and reports are sprinkled throughout the box as well (6:24-25, 6:35-36). Sigmon’s teachings in public health are also found in this box (6:36-39, 6:54-57, 6:70).
Folder 1. 1972. Manuscripts.
Folder 2. 1972. Manuscripts.
* Products and People by Kathryn Burgess
* What can you do in a crime lab? by J.J. Hendley
Folder 3. 1972. Proposals.
* Proposal for Development of Cultural Awareness Teaching Methods in High Schools (Broughton High School)
* Discussion Draft of Proposal for Creating an Experimental Residential College by Robert L. Sigmon
Folder 4. 1972. Reports.
* Founding Conference--Society for Field Experience Education
* Hofstra University, Hempstead, New York
* Lord, Howard
Folder 5. 1972. Reports.
* Student Learning through Community Involvement by David H. Kiel
* Southern Regional Education Board
* North Carolina Internship Office
Folder 6. 1972. Research notes.
* North Carolina Internship Office
* Teachers Inc.--Chapel Hill School System Program--An Evaluation by Robert Lee Sigmon
Folder 7. 1972. Speeches.
* Options for Public Service Internships by Robert L. Sigmon
* What Constitutes Appropriate Responses to the Needs of Older Youth for Public Involvement Responsibilities and for Educational Alternatives in Public-Need Settings?
* North Carolina Internship Office
Folder 8. 1972. Survey.
Folder 9. 1973. Bibliography.
Folder 10. 1973. Book chapter.
* Pedagogy of the Oppressed by Paulo Freire
Folder 11. 1973. Correspondence.
Folder 12. 1973. Essays.
* Toward Multi-Dimensional Internship Programs in State and Local Government by David H. Kiel and Robert L. Sigmon
* Working Paper for Creating Public Service Learning Programs for Public School Students in North Carolina
* Internship Programs Supported by State Government in North Carolina by Jeff Mann
Folder 13. 1973. Meeting notes.
* Student Internship Advisory Council, North Carolina
Folder 14. 1973. Membership.
* North Carolina Senior University and College Faculty or Administrators Supporting Public-Need Based Learning for Students
Folder 15. 1973. Proposals.
* North Carolina Student Involvement Assistance Center Proposal
* Appalachian Leadership Development Program
* Service-Learning Opportunities for Non-School Youth Proposal
* Proposal for a Carolina Creative Youth Opportunities Program
* Working Paper on a North Carolina Youth Hostel Network by Charles Jeffress
* Working Paper for Creating Public Service Learning Programs for Public School Students in North Carolina
Folder 16. 1973. Reports.
* Preliminary Report on Questionnaire Data from Summer 1973 Intern and Supervisor Participants in North Carolina State Government Internship Programs by Robert L. Sigmon and Nancy Mayer
* North Carolina Internship Office
* Leadership Development Program: A Case for Appalachia by James Branscome, Mike Clark, Robert Sigmon, and Paul Nachtigal
* Student Internship Advisory Council, North Carolina
* Staff Working Paper on Interviews with SIAC Representatives--Related to SIAC Plans for the Future
Folder 17. 1973. Reports.
* Student Organized Service Learning Internships in Appalachian North Carolina by Kathryn Jones Bennion
* Veterans Recruitment and Counseling Project by Kathryn Jones Bennion
* Appalachian North Carolina
* North Carolina Internship Office
Folder 18. 1973. Research notes.
Folder 19. 1973. Teaching aids.
Folder 20. 1974. Applications.
* Student Initiated Bicentennial Project, North Carolina
Folder 21. 1974. Correspondence.
Folder 22. 1974. Essays.
* Project Descriptions for 1974 Summer Intern Program, Department of Natural and Economic Resources, North Carolina
* From Adolescence to Adulthood: The Young and the Establishment
* Faculty Roles with "Out There" Student Learning Programs by Nancy Mayer Babits and Robert Sigmon
* Service-Learning in North Carolina by Robert L. Sigmon
* Youth Involvement Programs in North Carolina by Ran Coble
* North Carolina Internship Office
* Students and Public Service Involvement Prepared for the "Workshop for Service-Learning Programs in Alabama Schools" by Robert L. Sigmon
Folder 23. 1974. Forms.
Folder 24. 1974. Proposals.
* Proposal for the Creation of a Carolina Youth Opportunities Program by The North Carolina Internship Office
* Physical Education Programs--Raleigh, North Carolina Elementary Schools (a concept paper)
Folder 25. 1974. Reports.
* Intern Programs and How They are Funded by Ran Coble
* North Carolina Internship Office
* Planning For Public Need-Based Learning by The North Carolina Internship Office
Folder 26. 1974. Schedules.
Folder 27. 1974. Speeches.
* Nader, Ralph
* Society for Field Experience Education
Folder 28. 1974. Teaching aids.
Folder 29. 1975. Correspondence.
Folder 30. 1975. Essays.
* Experiential Learning Notes, University of South Carolina
* Public Health Practice--School of Public Health, University of South Carolina
* Lynton, Rolf P.
Folder 31. 1975. Evaluations.
* An Evaluation of the 1975 Summer Internship Program in North Carolina State Government by The North Carolina Internship Office
* School of Public Health, University of South Carolina
Folder 32. 1975. Forms.
Folder 33. 1975. Manuscripts.
* Barefoot Learning in the Tar Heel State (and other places): A Collection of Pieces on Experiential Education
* Sigmon, Robert L.
Folder 34. 1975. Press release.
Folder 35. 1975. Proposals.
* Diakonia Paideia College
Folder 36. 1975. Reports.
* Public Health Practice Report
Folder 37. 1975. Research notes.
Folder 38. 1975. Teaching aids.
Folder 39. 1975. Teaching aids.
Folder 40. 1975-1976. Teaching aids.
Folder 41. 1976. Correspondence.
Folder 42. 1976. Essays.
* "The Helping Process" South Carolina
Folder 43. 1976. Fact sheet.
* New York City Urban Corps
Folder 44. 1976. Forms.
Folder 45. 1976. Policies and procedures.
* Developmental Instruction in the Liberal Arts...A Dialog by Judy Sorum and L. Lee Knefelkamp
* Harvard University
Folder 46. 1976. Proposals.
* Proposal for the Degree of Doctor of Education in Educational Administration (with specialization in Experience Centered Learning Administration) by Robert Lee Sigmon
* College of Education, University of South Carolina
Folder 47. 1976. Questionnaire.
* School of Public Health, University of South Carolina
Folder 48. 1976. Research notes.
Folder 49. 1976. Survey.
* Responsibility and Ethical Considerations in Experience Centered Learning Programs, University of South Carolina
Folder 50. 1976. Teaching aids.
Folder 51. 1977. Address.
* Statement Presented to Legislative Study Committee on Aging on Behalf of Participants of Thinktim on "Expanding and Improving Community Supportive Services for the Elderly in South Carolina."
Folder 52. 1977. Agenda.
Folder 53. 1977. Correspondence.
Folder 54. 1977. Essays.
* Another Look at Public Health Practice by Robert L. Sigmon
* Curriculum Notes from the School of Public Health, University of South Carolina by Robert L. Sigmon
* Comments on State Reorganization Commission Proposal for a Demonstration Human Services Project, by Robert L. Sigmon
Folder 55. 1977. Essays.
* Statement Prepared by Robert L. Sigmon for The Education, Health and Welfare Subcommittee of the State Reorganization Commission
Folder 56. 1977. Research notes.
Folder 57. 1977. Teaching aids.
Folder 58. 1978. Correspondence.
Folder 59. 1978. Essays.
* Toward a Definition of Service Centered Learning by Robert L. Sigmon
Folder 60. 1978. Forms.
Folder 61. 1978. Research notes.
Folder 62. 1978. Teaching aids.
Folder 63. 1979. Correspondence.
Folder 64. 1979. Handbook.
* Fourteen Points Influencing the Success of Study-Service Activities: A Background Guide for Planning, Evaluation, and Policy Reappraisal by Diana Fussell and Andrew Quarmby
Folder 65. 1979. Membership.
Folder 66. 1979. Research notes.
Folder 67. 1979. Survey.
Folder 68. 1979. Teaching aids.
Folder 69. 1980. Address.
* A Tribute to Septima Poinsette Clark--The Promise of a Generation by J. Herman Blake
Folder 70. 1980s. Essays.
* Coordination of Education Between Hospitals, Physicians' Offices and Community by Godfrey M. Hochbaum
Folder 71. 1980s. Teaching aids.
Box 7. 1981-1994.
82 Folders. circa 240 Items.
During the 1980’s Sigmon continued his up-hill climb of promoting the field of service and learning. He was still part of the public health community and produced many articles for the Wake County Medical Center, as well as did research for them (7:4, 7:15-17, 7:48). His many notes both for class and research appear throughout the collection, producing many forms and guidelines to aid the student in their learning experiences (7:10, 7:20, 7:73, 7:25, 7:39, 7:46). Many case studies and student experiences are reported on (7:51, 7:57-59) both in class and at conferences. In 1991 the NSIEE (National Society for Internships and Experiential Education) held its 20th anniversary celebration, as shown in folders 7:61-62.
Folder 1. 1981. Correspondence.
Folder 2. 1981. Essays.
* The Use of Film in Teaching Courses with an Experiential Learning Focus by Nick Royal
Folder 3. 1981. Membership.
Folder 4. 1981. Policies and procedures.
* Criteria and Procedures for Health Care Students and Practitioners Serving and Learning within Wake County Medical Center
Folder 5. 1981. Prospectus.
* Prospectus for Employer Settings and Experiential Learning by Robert L. Sigmon and Bill Serratta
Folder 6. 1981. Research notes.
Folder 7. 1981. Schedule.
Folder 8. 1982. Correspondence.
Folder 9. 1982. Essays.
* New Directions in Higher Education Learning in the Workplace by Bill Seratta and Bob Sigmon
Folder 10. 1982. Forms.
Folder 11. 1982. Teaching aids.
Folder 12. 1983. Correspondence.
Folder 13. 1984. Correspondence.
Folder 14. 1984. Meeting notes.
* Observations from NSIEE Conference by Robert Sigmon
* National Society for Internships and Experiential Education
Folder 15. 1984. Reports.
* Care Option Program for the Elderly (COPE)--Special Report on the Pilot Program Implementing the Medicaid-Community Alternatives Program in Wake County and Associated Long Term Care Program Development, prepared by Wake Area Health Education Center Staff
Folder 16. 1984. Research notes.
Folder 17. 1984. Teaching aids.
Folder 18. 1985. Book review.
Folder 19. 1985. Correspondence.
Folder 20. 1985. Forms.
Folder 21. 1985. Research notes.
Folder 22. 1985. Speeches.
* Wake Medical Center, North Carolina
* Wake Area Health Education Center, North Carolina
Folder 23. 1985. Teaching aids.
Folder 24. 1986. Correspondence.
Folder 25. 1986. Teaching aids.
Folder 26. 1987. Correspondence.
Folder 27. 1987. Essays.
* Liberal Arts, Experiential Learning and Public Service: Necessary Ingredients for Socially Responsible Undergraduate Education by Timothy K. Stanton
* Public Service and Education: Assessing a Community Setting as a Learning Context by Richard A. Couto
* Community Service, Civic Arts, Voluntary Action and Service Learning edited by Robert L. Sigmon
* National Society for Internships and Experiential Education
Folder 28. 1987. Proposals.
Folder 29. 1987. Research notes.
Folder 30. 1987. Teaching aids.
Folder 31. 1988. Correspondence.
Folder 32. 1988. Essays.
* The Use of Experiential Learning by Martin Abbott
* Experiential Education and Servant-Leadership by Robert L. Sigmon
* National Society for Internships and Experiential Education
Folder 33. 1988. Research notes.
Folder 34. 1988. Schedule.
Folder 35. 1988. Teaching aids.
Folder 36. 1989. Book chapter.
* The Challenge of Diversity by J. Herman Blake, Ronald W. Saufley, Oscar F. Porter, and Annamarie Melodia
Folder 37. 1989. Correspondence.
Folder 38. 1989. Essays.
* National Society for Internships and Experiential Education
* Suggested Principles of Good Practice in Student Community Service-Learning
* Servant-Leadership and Human Service Based Experiential Education by Robert L. Sigmon
Folder 39. 1989. Forms.
Folder 40. 1989. Meeting notes.
* National Society for Internships and Experiential Education
Folder 41. 1989. Membership.
Folder 42. 1989. Research notes.
Folder 43. 1989. Schedule.
Folder 44. 1989. Speeches.
Folder 45. 1989. Teaching aids.
Folder 46. 1989. Transparencies.
Folder 47. 1990. Correspondence.
Folder 48. 1990. Essays.
* Beginning a New Year with Wake Area Health Education Center by Robert Sigmon
Folder 49. 1990. Meeting notes.
Folder 50. 1990. Program.
Folder 51. 1990. Reports.
* Elements of Successful Service Learning Programs, Best Practices and Agency Perspectives--Five Case Studies by Diane C. Calleson, Lani G. Parker, and Robert C. Serow
Folder 52. 1990. Research notes.
Folder 53. 1990. Speeches.
Folder 54. 1991. Address.
* Empowerment Through Experiential Learning by Pamela Tate
Folder 55. 1991. Correspondence.
Folder 56. 1991. Forms.
Folder 57. 1991. Meeting notes.
* National Society for Internships and Experiential Education
Folder 58. 1991. Meeting notes.
* National Society for Internships and Experiential Education
Folder 59. 1991. Meeting notes.
* National Society for Internships and Experiential Education
Folder 60. 1991. Proposals.
Folder 61. 1991. Reports.
* National Society for Internships and Experiential Education
* The Growth of Experiential Education in American Secondary and Post-Secondary Education: The Role of NSIEE by John Duley
Folder 62. 1991. Speeches.
Folder 63. 1991. Syllabi.
Folder 64. 1991. Transparencies.
Folder 65. 1992. Essays.
* Service-Learning and the Power of Participation: Schools, Communities, and Learning by Robert Shumer
Folder 66. 1992. Reports.
* Teacher Education and Service-Learning--Report to the Department of Vocational and Technical Education, College of Education, University of Minnesota, by Robert Shumer
Folder 67. 1992. Speeches.
* Washington College, Chestertown, Maryland
* Boyer, Ernest L.
Folder 68. 1992. Teaching aids.
Folder 69. 1992. Transparencies.
Folder 70. 1993. Correspondence.
Folder 71. 1993. Essays.
* Service-Learning: A Necessary Element in Educational and Social Programs by Robert Shumer
* Leadership Wisdom for Our Times by Judy Sorum Brown
Folder 72. 1993. Policies and procedures.
* Standards of Quality for School-Based Service-Learning from the Alliance for Service-Learning in Education Reform
Folder 73. 1993. Reports.
* Describing Service-Learning: A Delphi Study by Robert Shumer, Nancy Murphy, and Thomas Berkas
Folder 74. 1993. Speeches.
* Speech to Kellogg Foundation Trustees, Staff, and 17 Fellows (Battle Creek, Michigan)
* Servant Leadership Introduction--Core Outline
Folder 75. 1993. Syllabi.
Folder 76. 1994. Correspondence.
Folder 77. 1994. Essays.
* Service-Learning: Exploring the Hyphen's Complexity by Seth Pollack
Folder 78. 1994. Forms.
Folder 79. 1994. Meeting notes.
Folder 80. 1994. Research notes.
Folder 81. 1994. Speeches.
* Swarthmore College Graduation Ceremonies
* Baccalaureate Address by Nadinne Cruz
* Revisiting Service and Learning
* Mars Hill College, North Carolina
Folder 82. 1994. Teaching aids.
Box 8. 1995-1998.
52 Folders. circa 240 Items.
The collection continues with the same subjects being highlighted: service-learning, internships, community involvement, and experiential education. In 1995, the CIC (Council of Independent Colleges) Consortia started a program called “Serving to Learn, Learning to Serve In Promoting School Success”, which involved ten schools in higher education that served elementary schools of the community. This resulted in much correspondence, reporting, and evaluations of the success of the program (8:1-2, 8:4-8, 8:45). A network of institutes of higher learning interested in promoting experiential learning followed and became more encompassing in the 1990’s (8:15-17, 8:20-21). When the internet became dominant in the 1990’s, survey reports and the like came through that mode (8:28-29, 8:40-41). Materials from a 1997 conference for Episcopalian church-based institutes of higher education that involved service-learning is included (8:30, 8:32.5-33.5).
Folder 1. 1995. Application.
Folder 2. 1995. Correspondence.
Folder 3. 1995. Essays.
* Origins, Evolution, and Progress: Reflections on a Movement by Goodwin Liu
* Improving our Schools and the Challenge of Citizenship: A Declaration of Principles by Richard W. Riley and Eli J. Segal
* Workplace as Learning Environment
* Service and Learning: Observations from 37 Years of Practice by Robert L. Sigmon
* Initiating Service-based Learning Strategies within Liberal Arts Institutions by Robert Sigmon
Folder 4. 1995. Evaluations.
Folder 5. 1995. Flyer.
Folder 6. 1995. Forms.
Folder 7. 1995. Membership.
Folder 8. 1995. Reports.
* Report on Alliance College Activity to date, CIC Serve to Learn, Learn to Serve Project
* Council of Independent Colleges
* Service-Learning in K-12 Institutions in North Carolina by Lani Grande Parker, Diane Coucoulas Calleson, and Robert C. Serow
Folder 9. 1995. Research notes.
Folder 10. 1995. Speeches.
* Service Learning: Today's Students/Tomorrow's Citizens by Ralph Nader
Folder 11. 1995. Teaching aids.
Folder 12. 1995. Transparencies.
Folder 13. 1996. Bibliography.
Folder 14. 1996. Correspondence.
Folder 15. 1996. Essays.
* Introductory Notes to Ideas for Next Generation Service and Learning Projects for the Council of Independent Colleges by Robert L. Sigmon
* Fears, Hopes, and Courage in Organizational Life by Judy Brown
* Back to the Future: From Service Learning to Strategic Academically-Based Community Service as an Approach for Advancing Knowledge and Solving the Problem of the American City by Ira Harkavy
* Changing University Policy on Public Service: Issues Relating to Structure and Funding by Diane Coucoulas Calleson and Joseph Hoey
Folder 16. 1996. Essays.
* An Open Letter to College and University Leaders Committed to Creating Conditions for Young People to Contribute and Learn or Introduction to Service-Learning
* Epilogue Community Partnerships in Service-Based Experiential Learning by Robert L. Sigmon
* Community-Academic Partnerships: A Focus on Health Professions Schools--The Community's Voice by Diane C. Calleson and Bertha Gorham
Folder 17. 1996. Manuscripts.
* Organizational Innovation and the Creation of the New American University: The University of Pennsylvania's Center for Community Partnerships as a Developing Case Study by Ira Harkavy
Folder 18. 1996. Meeting notes.
Folder 19. 1996. Membership.
Folder 20. 1996. Proposals.
Folder 21. 1996. Proposals.
Folder 22. 1996. Research notes.
Folder 23. 1996. Speeches.
Folder 24. 1996. Strategic plan.
* Teacher Education Accreditation Council, Strategic Plan
* Council of Independent Colleges
* Wallace, Susan
Folder 25. 1997. Agenda.
Folder 26. 1997. Bibliography.
Folder 27. 1997. Correspondence.
Folder 28. 1997. Correspondence.
Folder 29. 1997. Correspondence.
Folder 30. 1997. Essays.
* Council of Independent Colleges
* National Service Expectation Versus Reality by Robert Shumer and Jane Maland Cady
* American Educational Research Association
* De-Platonizing and Democratizing Education as the Bases of Service Learning by Ira Harkavy and Lee Benson
* School-to-Work and Service Learning by Madeleine S. Hengel and Robert Shumer
* Foundations of Experiential Education, National Society for Experiential Education
* Campus Compact: The Project for Public and Community Service
* Religion, Higher Education, and Service: A Study of Service-Learning and Mission Effectiveness at Church-related Colleges and Universities
Folder 31. 1997. Evaluations.
Folder 32. 1997. Forms.
Folder 32.5. 1997. Meeting notes.
Folder 33. 1997. Membership.
Folder 33.5. 1997. Proposals.
* Religion, Higher Education, and Service--A Proposal to the Lilly Endowment from Dordt College, Incarnate Word College, Rivier College, Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College, and Saint Paul's College
Folder 34. 1997. Reports.
* Southern Regional Education Board
* Council of Independent Colleges
* Learn and Serve America: Higher Education--Year-End Progress Report
Folder 35. 1997. Research notes.
Folder 36. 1997. Research notes.
Folder 37. 1997. Teaching aids.
Folder 38. 1997. Teaching aids.
Folder 39. 1997. Transparencies.
Folder 40. 1998. Correspondence.
Folder 41. 1998. Correspondence.
Folder 42. 1998. Essays.
* Engaging Communities--A Look at Possibilities
* Prelude to an Engaged Community/Campus Partnership: A Call for Stories of Strength
* Council of Independent Colleges
* A Working Paper: Engaged Communities/Campuses and Learning From Experience
Folder 43. 1998. Essays.
* Reflection Notes on Organizations, Leadership and Consulting with Leaders of Organizations by Bob Sigmon
* Council of Independent Colleges
* Community Change: An Integrated Conceptual Model by Paul Castelloe
* An Organic Model of Community Practice: Components of the Social Action Process by Paul Castelloe
Folder 44. 1998. Essays.
* Beaver/King Institute
* Dillard University Reading Clinic
* A Reverent Epistemology: Honoring the Adult Learner as Subject by Jane Vella
* Literacy and Service-Learning by Charles C. Cook and Robert Shumer
Folder 45. 1998. Evaluations.
Folder 46. 1998. Flyer.
Folder 47. 1998. Forms.
Folder 48. 1998. Meeting notes.
Folder 49. 1998. Membership.
Folder 50. 1998. Questionnaire.
Box 9. 1998-2006.
51 Folders. circa 240 Items.
This box continues with more evaluation of the CIC program (9:1-6) and surveys for the college student to assess their newly acquired skills and outlooks (9:8-10). The NSEE also started a community partnership development in the 1990’s, with Sigmon as a consultant. In 1999 the society came out with a report of the lessons learned from this collaboration (9:14). As with the entire collection, this box is filled with essays and notes on experiential learning, the teaching and evaluating of service-learning initiatives (9:15, 9:17, 9:19-20). More email correspondence containing results of experiences and the feelings developed are also included (9:13, 9:21). Documents from a 2000 program on service and social change at California State University, Monterey Bay, is included (9:24). In 2003-2004 there are files documenting results from partnerships between interested students and their communities (9:45). The entire collection is proof that Sigmon succeeded in starting and promoting (especially in North Carolina) the concept of service-learning and partnerships with those in need of aid to the betterment of all concerned.
Folder 1. 1998. Reports.
* Serving to Learn, Learning to Serve in Promoting School Success by Elon College and Elon Homes for Children
* "PIE" Partnership in Inclusive Education: A Service-Learning Project
* Council of Independent Colleges
* Karayan, Silva
* Service Enhancing Cultural Awareness, Barry University
* Serving to Learn, Learning to Serve in Promoting School Success--Final Report 1998 to Council of Independent Colleges for Teamversity
* Spalding University
* Day, Michael
* Dillashaw, Gerald
Folder 2. 1998. Reports.
* Learn and Serve America: Higher Education
* Garth, Russell
Folder 3. 1998. Reports.
* National Evaluation of Learn and Serve America School and Community-Based programs, prepared for The Corporation for National Service by Alan Melchior
* Awarding Credit for Service--A Study Conducted for the Corporation for National Service by Robert Shumer
* Center for Public Service (CPS), Gettysburg College, Program Review Report
Folder 4. 1998. Reports.
* Serving to Learn, Learning to Serve in Promoting School Success
* Council of Independent Colleges
Folder 5. 1998. Research notes.
Folder 6. 1998. Research notes.
Folder 7. 1998. Speeches.
* Senior Class Day Speech, Graduation at Stanford University
* Cruz, Nadinne
Folder 8. 1998. Survey.
Folder 9. 1998. Survey.
Folder 10. 1998. Teaching aids.
Folder 11. 1998. Teaching aids.
Folder 12. 1998. Teaching aids.
Folder 13. 1999. Correspondence.
Folder 14. 1999. Essays.
* Strengthening Service-Learning Through Community-Campus Collaborations
* National Community Development Project
* National Society of Experiential Education
* Relationships for Learning and Acting in the World
* Learning and Acting in the World: A Framework for Communities and Colleges
* Council of Independent Colleges
* Communities and Workplaces as Learning Environments by Robert Sigmon
* Listening to Communities--American Council on Education--Preliminary Forum Proceedings by Nancy L. Thomas
Folder 15. 1999. Essays.
* Realization of a Dream for Service-Learning
* National Society for Experiential Education
* Ideas for Community-Educational Institution Engagement
* Maximizing Impact, Minimizing Harm: Why Service-Learning Must More Fully Integrate Multicultural Education by Mark Langseth
* Reflections on "Three Principles of Service-Learning" by Robert L. Sigmon
* An Organic Model of Community Practice: Components of the Social Action Process by Paul Castelloe and Mac Legerton
Folder 16. 1999. Forms.
Folder 17. 1999. Meeting notes.
Folder 18. 1999. Press release.
Folder 19. 1999. Research notes.
Folder 20. 1999. Teaching aids.
Folder 21. 2000. Correspondence.
Folder 22. 2000. Evaluations.
Folder 23. 2000. Manuscripts.
Folder 24. 2000. Meeting notes.
* Service Learning Institute Program Review Portfolio
* California State University, Monterey Bay
Folder 25. 2000. Research notes.
Folder 26. 2000. Schedule.
Folder 27. 2000. Teaching aids.
Folder 28. 2001. Agenda.
Folder 29. 2001. Correspondence.
Folder 30. 2001. Forms.
Folder 31. 2001. Meeting notes.
Folder 32. 2001. Questionnaire.
Folder 33. 2001. Teaching aids.
Folder 34. 2002. Correspondence.
Folder 35. 2002. Map.
Folder 36. 2002. Meeting notes.
Folder 37. 2002. Research notes.
Folder 38. 2002. Speeches.
* Serving Whom?: Faculty Learning in Spanish Service-Learning Projects
Folder 39. 2002. Teaching aids.
Folder 40. 2003. Correspondence.
Folder 41. 2003. Essays.
* Concepts for Community Support for Service-based Experiential Learning Practice
Folder 42. 2003. Meeting notes.
Folder 43. 2003. Reports.
* Summary Report of Site Visit to Tusculum College
* Sigmon, Robert L.
Folder 44. 2003. Research notes.
Folder 45. 2003. Research notes.
Folder 46. 2003. Teaching aids.
Folder 47. 2004. Agenda.
Folder 48. 2004. Correspondence.
Folder 49. 2004. Meeting notes.
Folder 50. 2004. Teaching aids.
Folder 51. 2006. Correspondence.