This three-part guide provides an introduction to virtual community-engaged experiential learning, tips for virtual exchange and engaging partners online, and key values to consider when bridging global and local community engagement practices.
Our newest blog post is an interview with Research Shop Project Manager and emerging community engaged scholar Aarabhi Rajendiran.
This blog post explores the impacts of the Community Engaged Teaching and Learning (CETL) program for community partners and students.
This blog post explores a novel method of engaging students as researchers with community groups from the students' perspectives.
This collection includes practical resources, reports and primers, resource collections, and opinion pieces related to COVID-19 that may be helpful and interesting to CESI's partners, collaborators, students, and affiliated faculty as well as the local Guelph-Wellington community.
The Handbook for Refugee Sponsoring Groups developed by CESI in partnership with the Guelph Wellington Local Immigration Partnership has been updated with step-by-step tips and up-to-date resources and services.
This blog post explores a novel method of engaging students as researchers with community groups.
From research to implementation, CESI’s CETL program has supported various projects on financial abuse as a form of intimate partner violence.
Our poster exhibit features 10 engaged research projects conducted by the Research Shop over the past decade. The exhibit is on at 10C throughout February 2020.
Faculty/course instructors who are integrating community engaged learning into their courses can apply for course support funds of up to $500.