In July 2015, Elon’s Center for Engaged Learning hosted a three-day think tank on residential learning communities that brought together a dozen scholars and practitioners. To learn more about the think tank, our participants, and their recommendations about academic-residential partnerships, see our earlier posts on future research and recommendations for practitioners and advocates of residential learning communities. For a quick overview of learning communities, see the CEL resource on the topic.
In the following video, think tank participants discuss the impact of academic-residential partnerships on student learning.

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