In Key Practices for Fostering Engaged Learning, Moore synthesizes engaged learning research and highlights practice-oriented examples from across all eleven high-impact practices and other engaged learning pedagogies. She draws both from a systematic review of existing scholarship and from Elon University’s multi-year and multi-institutional engaged learning research seminars.

Moore offers an accessible introduction to high-quality engaged learning and brief – but deep – dives into six key practices. By focusing on key practices across institutional contexts, the book prepares readers to address high-impact practice challenges like scale, quality, equity, and integration. When the conversation about high-quality engaged learning focuses on key practices, individuals and institutions are better equipped to consider the human and financial resources necessary to scale-up access without compromising quality, to ensure equitable experiences for all student groups, and to facilitate students’ integration of their learning with their other higher education and lived experiences.