Service-Learning Resources and Networking

Service-Learning Listservs

A Forum for Service-Learning Practitioners

The DPI has established e-mail discussion lists for Wisconsin educators and others interested in service-learning. We hope this listserv will serve as a forum for service-learning practitioners to share their successes and challenges, and provide support and advice to one another. We hope you will use this forum to ask questions, discuss strategies you have used, projects you are considering, obstacles you face, and ideas you have to improve teaching and build community through service-learning.

From time to time DPI will also use this list to share information on service-learning programs, resources, or notices of funding opportunities or award programs. The main purpose for the list, however, is to provide a forum for educators to learn about service-learning and help each other.

If you wish to subscribe to the DPI-Sl listserv, visit:, enter your email address and check the box for “dpi-sl - Discussion group for educators interested in service-learning in the academic setting”

Additionally, members of this list serve will receive monthly e-briefs with resources, project examples and more. For archived e-briefs, please see below.

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January 2009
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September 2009
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National K-12 Service-Learning listserv

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Service-Learning and Related Resources


Service-Learning Programs in Other States


State Education Agency K-12 Service-Learning Network

Arizona Department of Education

California Department of Education

Colorado Department of Education

Florida serve/sl/sl.html

Learn and Serve Hawaii

Idaho Department of Education

Illinois State Board of Education

Maryland State Department of Education servicelearning

Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education

New York State Department of Education html

Oregon Department of Education

Washington Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction


Experiential Education

Youth Activism

Citizenship and Character Education






For questions about this information, contact Victoria Rydberg (608) 266-0419