CESI’s Community Engaged Teaching and Learning (CETL) program supports many undergraduate and graduate courses-based partnerships each semester involving hundreds of students and several community partners. These courses provide meaningful collaboration opportunities for all involved, and high impact educational experiences for students in learning basic and advanced theory, principles, and practices of critical community engaged scholarship.
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Are you interested in learning more about knowledge mobilization? The Institute, in collaboration with our colleagues at OpenEd, just made available a short video explaining what we mean when we talk about mobilizing knowledge and creating research impact.
Take a look at the knowledge mobilization video here!