Maureen Vandermaas-Peeler and Student

Mentoring Relationships in Undergraduate Research

In the second summer of the CEL seminar on Excellence in Mentoring Undergraduate Research (UR), participants worked to identify the key characteristics of mentoring relationships in the context of student, faculty and institutional development.  We identified factors that contribute to…

Elon University Ghana Winter Term 2013

IRB-Approved Global Studies Research

by Amanda Sturgill Any time you are studying student learning is a good time to make sure that your intended study is ethical and beneficial. Studying student learning in a global context means the people your students are learning with,…

Ashley Finley

Ashley Finley on Assessment in Higher Education

Just in time for the Association of American Colleges & Universities (AAC&U) Centennial Annual Meeting, the Center is pleased to release a series of video interviews with Ashley Finley about assessment in higher education. Finley is the senior director of…

Nancy Chick

Arts & Humanities Methodologies and SoTL

by Jessie L. Moore Last week’s post provided an introduction to what the “habits and values and methods” of the Arts and Humanities look like when applied to the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL). Extending that discussion, Stephen Bloch-Schulman (Elon…

Karen Manarin

SoTL in the Arts & Humanities

by Jessie L. Moore Although the scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL) crosses disciplines, one tension in SoTL centers around what counts as SoTL, particularly in terms of methods and methodologies. Although some SoTL questions may merit social science methods, as Pat Hutchings…

Laura Behling

Year in Review: Videos – Part 5

This month we’re taking a look back at some of the Center for Engaged Learning’s most watched videos in 2014 and pairing them with some you might have missed. Videos in our Introduction to the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning…