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The Center for Engaged Learning produces an array of resources on engaged learning topics, including multimedia publications: open access books and book resources, Elon Statements, concise guides to research-informed practices for engaged learning, videos, and more. Now the Center is extending its multimedia Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) to podcasts. Listen to engaged learning strategies, snapshots of recent SoTL publications, and cutting edge research on higher education.

Listen to episodes here on the Center’s website, access them via our Apple Podcast channel, or subscribe on your favorite podcast platform.

Dear Friend of the Center for Engaged Learning,

The Center for Engaging Learning is conducting a study to examine engagement with the center-produced podcasts and similar podcasts aimed at advancing teaching and learning. Our goal is to support continuous improvement and outcomes of the Center’s podcasts for scholars and scholarly teachers.

We are inviting both listeners and non-listeners of the Center’s podcasts to participate in a survey about their engagement with and the outcomes of listening to educational podcasts. The survey is entirely anonymous, and an informed consent statement for this study is presented on the first screen of the survey.

To begin the survey, please click on this link: https://elon.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_8jlX7e0zdLlbclU

Thank you for your support in this research. We look forward to learning more about your engagement with education podcasts. Please contact us (jmoore28@elon.edu or sgyan@elon.edu) if you have any questions about this study.

Sincerely, Jessie L. Moore, Director of the Center for Engaged Learning

Stephen Gyan, M.A. Higher Education Student & CEL Graduate Intern, Elon University

Limed: Teaching with a Twist

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Limed: Teaching with a Twist is a podcast that plays with pedagogy. College educators share their ideas and challenges from their classrooms and we help them twist those thoughts into solutions. Episodes feature the diverse voices of faculty, staff, and students to help workshop real ideas for real classrooms. Limed was created by Matt Wittstein and is produced by the Center for Engaged Learning at Elon University. New episodes release on the third Monday of every month.

60-Second SoTL

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60-Second SoTL shares snapshots of recent scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL). Show notes link to the publications and, when applicable, related scholarship. Do you have a recent SoTL publication, or have you read one that resonated with you? Propose a publication you’d like to hear us feature. 60-Second SoTL was created by Jessie L. Moore and is produced by the Center for Engaged Learning at Elon University. New episodes release most Thursdays.

Making College “Worth It”

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Making College “Worth It” examines engaged learning activities that contribute to a high-quality, equitable education and increase the value of college experiences. In each episode, we share research from Elon University’s Center for Engaged Learning and our international network of scholars. We explore engaged learning activities that recent college graduates associate with their financial and time commitment to college being worthwhile. Making College “Worth It” was created by Jessie L. Moore and is produced by the Center for Engaged Learning at Elon University.

We invite you to use this form to express interest in participating in one or more of the Center’s podcasts.