Community engagement and service are fundamental components of UNO's identity. This commitment to engagement is reflected in the institutional framework, campus-wide communication efforts, and scholarship published by UNO faculty and students.
The Institutional Community Engagement Framework collection provides documentation of UNO as an engaged institution including community engagement award applications, accreditation documents, and other institutional practices of community engagement.
The Community Engagement Communications collection includes communication publications that share community engagement information and activities through promotional media including programs, fliers, posters, brochures, newsletters, news posts and more.
The Scholarship of Engagement collection includes published books, book chapters, technical reports, journal articles, and book reviews by faculty that cut across teaching, research, and service. These publications categorize in the scholarship of engagement through rigor, discipline-related expertise, innovation, replication, and community significance.
The Barbara A. Holland collection for Service Learning and Community Engagement (SLCE) is both uniquely retrospective and comprehensive, offering the world's largest physical collection in the field. This internationally important collection features digital derivatives of materials originally collected by the National Service Learning Clearinghouse (NSLC) including: engagement research in higher education, K-12 schools, the community-based organization sector and Tribal Nations. The digital materials from the Barbara A. Holland collection are available, here.