Studying Engaged Learning

In addition to fostering investigations of high-impact practices and engaged learning and hosting multi-institutional research and practice-based initiatives, conferences, and seminars, the Center for Engaged Learning shares strategies for studying engaged learning. Our series includes the following resources:


Are Group Assignments a Waste of Time?

by David Buck Are group assignments effective pedagogy or a waste of time? This is the question asked by researcher Michael Thom (2020) in his recent paper examining the scholarship on collaborative pedagogy. To be clear, I’m being literal here. …



Academic Book Publishing: Typesetting

by Jennie Goforth Welcome to another post in our series on the process of academic book publishing! We’re taking you through all the steps, from writing and submitting your proposal, working with your editor on the development of your manuscript, …


Resources

Mentoring Internships Online or in Hybrid/Flex Models

In response to shifts to online learning due to COVID-19 in spring 2020 and in anticipation of alternate models for higher education in fall 2020 and beyond, we have curated publications and online resources that can help inform programmatic and …



Mentoring Undergraduate Research during a Pandemic

In response to shifts to online learning due to COVID-19 in spring 2020 and in anticipation of alternate models for higher education in fall 2020 and beyond, we have curated publications and online resources that can help inform programmatic and …