Title of Presentation

Experiential Learning (EL) Research and Scholarship as EL Opportunity for Students

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8-1-2021 12:00 PM

End Date

8-1-2021 12:45 PM

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In 2019, the Office of Experiential Learning partnered with an English course taught by Patrick Thomas to create an experiential learning opportunity for UD students, based on the publication of an edited collection of EL chapters written by more than 20 faculty and staff from across UD.

This session will explore how this EL opportunity was developed and how it has evolved into an experiential student employment opportunity for a new group of UD student editorial assistants working on volume 2 of the edited collection, published by Palgrave Macmillan.

Student editorial assistants will share their experiences and insights based on their participation in this EL publication project, and Karen Lovett (director of experiential learning) will share some insights on how this EL opportunity might work for other departments and areas of the University.

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Jan 8th, 12:00 PM Jan 8th, 12:45 PM

Experiential Learning (EL) Research and Scholarship as EL Opportunity for Students

In 2019, the Office of Experiential Learning partnered with an English course taught by Patrick Thomas to create an experiential learning opportunity for UD students, based on the publication of an edited collection of EL chapters written by more than 20 faculty and staff from across UD.

This session will explore how this EL opportunity was developed and how it has evolved into an experiential student employment opportunity for a new group of UD student editorial assistants working on volume 2 of the edited collection, published by Palgrave Macmillan.

Student editorial assistants will share their experiences and insights based on their participation in this EL publication project, and Karen Lovett (director of experiential learning) will share some insights on how this EL opportunity might work for other departments and areas of the University.