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Comparative Agroecosystem Sustainability of Five Honduran Crop Production Systems

A recent analysis of five agricultural systems in Honduras highlighted a number of important constraints and advantages.

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Impact of a Short-term Study Abroad: Student Reflections on Sustainable International Extension Education

We outline the ability of a short-term study abroad program to successfully integrate extension education, service learning, sustainability, and professional development.

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Metaphorically Speaking: Semiotic Analysis of Images Gathered from an International Service Learning Course

Service learning is becoming an integral part of academic learning. Students submitted images based on the personal impact of their two service learning projects.

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A Lesson in Agroecosystem Sustainability: A Honduran Case Study for Entry Level Environmental, Ecological, and Plant Science Students

The purpose of this discussion-based study is to expose students to an international agroecosystem based on the principles of sustainable agriculture by introducing them to five distinct farming systems..

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A Mobile Learning Classroom Example: Student Professional Development and Learning through a Short Course within the USA

Short-course travel courses within the USA in agriculture are very rare occurrences in universities. These types of courses are very unique and offer the students many learning opportunities.

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Creating a College-level Animal Healthcare Service-Learning Project in International Elementary Schools

Service learning experiences are developed to address the needs of communities and to promote awareness of social issues, especially animal health.

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Assessing Students' Perceptions of Internationalization of Course Content

A recently developed international case-study was incorporated into the curriculum of Agriculture Economics and Crop Science. This was analyzed to gain the student persepectives.

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