Resources for Faculty

The Center for Learning in Action (CLiA) offers an array of resources for faculty to assist in the development of community-engaged scholarship and experiential learning components for their courses. Here we provide links to several of those resources, with more forthcoming. Please contact CLiA Director Paula Consolini ([email protected]) for additional information and further assistance.

Courses & Teaching: A list of courses involving some form of experiential learning.

Creating an Experiential Course: Design assistance, examples of engaged learning and local organization observation options, plus information for advising students’ independent study course proposals.

Practical Skills Resources for Community Work: Training materials for WordPress website editing, graphic design, community organizing, video production and editing, and more!

Key Elements of Effective Experiential Pedagogy & An Experiential Learning Glossary (Google Doc)

Research on the Impact of Community-Engaged Learning on College Students (Google Doc)

Experiential Courses & Extracurricular Work with “Engaging Diversity” Learning Potential (Google Doc)