The "End-of-Program Survey" for faculty is intended to describe the perspectives and attitudes of faculty members on several issues related to their experience(s) teaching service-learning course(s). Topics assessed by the survey include the faculty's view on the impact they perceive service-learning has had on their students, their motivation for incorporating service-learning into their classes, the process of teaching service-learning courses, community involvement and the influence of service on their own professional development.
Shinnamon, Anu F.; Gelmon, Sherril B.; and Holland, Barbara A., "Methods and Strategies for Assessing Service-learning in the Health Professions" (1999). Evaluation/Reflection. 59.