Center for Community Learning

Engaged Scholarship
The academy must become a more vigorous partner in the search for answers to our most pressing social, civic, economic, and moral problems, and must reaffirm its historic commitment to what I call the scholarship of engagement.

-- Ernest Boyer, "The Scholarship of Engagement" (1996)

Engaged scholarship is defined by the collaboration between academics and individuals outside the academy--knowledge professionals and the lay public (local, regional/state, national, global)--for the mutually beneficial exchange of knowledge and resources in a context of partnership and reciprocity.

-- The New England Resource Center for Higher Education Website (2012)

The UCLA Center for Community Learning encourages faculty and students to collaborate with community partners on research projects. The Center’s library includes many resources that can assist with this work.

We also recommend the following online resources:A Partial List of Publication OutletsSee also: Campus Compact’s list of Publishing Outlets