Assessing Your Institution’s Civic Strengths and Gaps:
This institutional self-study and
planning matrix was initially published in A Crucible Moment: College Learning for Democracy’s Future
, and has been updated for CLDE.
Civic Action Plan Development:
For its 30th Anniversary, Campus Compact developed a
wealth of useful tools for campus planning and action
, including Knowledge Hubs linked to specific areas of campus action such as Building Interfaith
Cooperation, Civic Engagement and Sustainability Education, and K-12/Higher Education Partnerships.
Civic Prompts: Making Civic Learning Routine Across the Disciplines: Civic Prompts
includes in Chapter
IV a planning process developed with and for faculty members.
General Education and Democratic Engagement:
Examples of Fostering Civic Capacities Through General Education Requirements
Civic Learning in the Major By Design:
Examples Showing How Different Disciplines Foster Civic Engagement