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The Question

Is the University developing a community involvement inventory, perhaps something similar to Johns Hopkins University's "Community Engagement Inventory"? Such a report would be useful to students, faculty, and the community. It would be an effective communications tool and help the University assess the scope and, to a lesser degree, the quality of engagement.

The Answer

Our University has a similar database to that of Johns Hopkins. It can be located at http://www.umaryland.edu/offices/government/community/programs/index.html. It is searchable by school and by the Maryland region where the service is delivered. The Office of Government and Community Affairs is working with all of our schools and the Center for Information Technology Services to make the site more comprehensive and accessible to internal and external audiences. Thank you for your interest.

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From November 2012's Q&A Session
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