In Key Practices for Fostering Engaged Learning: A Guide for Faculty and Staff, Jessie L. Moore defines engaged learning as follows:

Engaged learning entails students actively and intentionally participating in their own learning, not only at discrete moments but rather as an ongoing, lifelong activity.”

(2023, p. 3)

The Center for Engaged Learning’s concise guides and multimedia resources offer research-informed practices on engaged learning topics that foster this active, intentional, lifelong activity. Our featured resources include introductions to engaged learning topics, white papers (“Elon Statements”), and video series.


Elon Statements/White Papers on Research and Best Practices

Video Series

Mentoring Undergraduate Research

Student Perspectives on Undergraduate Research

Residential Learning Communities

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