Title

Tracking and measuring engagement: a review of the literature

Document Type

Journal Article

Faculty

Faculty of Business and Law

School

Office of Assoc Dean - Teaching and Learning (FBL)

RAS ID

14221

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This article was originally published as: Le Clus, M. A. (2012). Tracking and measuring engagement: a review of the literature. The Australasian Journal of University-Community Engagement, 7(1), 21-38. Original article available here

Abstract

A growing body of literature dedicated to critical discussions on university-community engagement suggests that universities are now, more than ever, commited to bcoming more engaged with their community partners. This type of engagement is defined by its focus on reciprocal, mutually-beneficial knowledge-driven relationships. In the literature, we read about the successses and failures of university-community engagement projects and practices, and the complexities of tracking and measuring such activities. The purpose of this Literature Review is to highlight some of the challenges and identify some of the approaches currently being used by universities to rack and measure their university-community engagement.

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