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#3. Measuring Partnership Quality

Looking for help measuring community perception? What about partnership quality? Feed two birds with one stone using the Community Engagement Partnership Rubric.

Presented at IARSLCE in 2014, the rubric was designed to illustrate partnership quality to faculty and staff engaging with community entities for the first time. It is a distillation of many of the best practices in CE partnership and provides a lens on how poor-quality approaches compare to high-quality approaches.

The rubric may be operationalized in a variety of ways. How would you envision using it?


The Rubric

https://www.dropbox.com/s/poirhbmrixykng6/Community%20Partnership%20Quality%20Rubric.pdf?dl=0

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The new application frameworks came with a bonus FAQ doc. Have a look! https://docs.google.com/document/d/1tTuI6QoZRSsc67jXfOSSmFrRV1u_F5Nm_ZYZOvMJAf4/edit What did you find most helpful?

#5. Student Involvement

Does it count as community engagement if no students are involved? I hear this question a lot and it’s so important to clarify right up front. The answer is not just “YES!” but in fact, it’s a must.

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