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Citizenship, Civic Engagement and Academic Libraries

  • Bauerlein, M. (2012). Civic literacy. Academic Questions, 25(3), 328-333. doi: 10.1007/s12129-012-9297-4
  • Boyte,  H.  & Hollander, E. (1999).  Wingspread declaration on renewing the civic mission of the American Research University.  Retrieved from:  http://www.compact.org/wp-content/uploads/2009/04/wingspread_declaration...
  • Burgan, M. (1998). Academic citizenship: A fading vision. Liberal Education, 84(4), 16.
  • Colby, A., Ehrlich, T., Beaumont, E., & Stephens, J. (2003). Educating undergraduates for responsible citizenship. Change, 35(6), 40-48.
  • Harkavy, I.  (2006). The role of the university in advancing citizenship and social justice in the 21st  century. Education, Citizenship & Social Justice, 1(1), 5-37. DOI: 10.1177/1746197906060711
  • Hartley, M. (2009). Reclaiming the democratic purposes of American higher education: Tracing the trajectory of the civic engagement movement. Learning & Teaching, 2(3), 11-30. doi: 10.3167/latiss.2009.020302
  • Henner, T. (2018). A community and medical library collaboration to address senior caregivers barriers to health services access. Journal of Consumer Health on the Internet, 22(2), 112–125.
  • Lewis, H. R. (2008). A core curriculum for tomorrow’s citizens. Education Digest, 73(5), 47-50.
  • Ryan, M., & Swindells, G. (2018). Democratic practice: Libraries and education for citizenship. portal: Libraries & the Academy, 18(4), 623–628. https://doi-org.ezproxy.bgsu.edu/10.1353/pla.2018.0036
  • Sax, L. J. (2004). Citizenship development and the American college student. New Directions for Institutional Research, 2004(122), 65-80.
  • Suspitsyna, T. (2012). Higher education for economic advancement and engaged citizenship: An analysis of the U.S. department of education discourse. Journal of Higher Education, 83(1), 49-72.