June 19, 2023
A recent series of blog posts from the Center for Engaged Learning captures highlights and stories from new research on mentoring for learner success.
Caroline Ketcham focuses on equity in high-impact practices for neurodiverse and physically disabled students with CEL scholarship
June 2, 2023
Over the last two years, Ketcham has written thought-provoking blog posts for the Center for Engaged Learning focusing on ableism in academia, designing programs and services inclusive of all students, and mentoring across difference.
Julia Bleakney, Jessie Moore, Paula Rosinski co-edit open access book, ‘Writing Beyond the University’
May 3, 2023
"Writing Beyond the University: Preparing Lifelong Learners for Lifewide Learning" was published by the Center for Engaged Learning.
April 29, 2022
CEL Scholar David Buck is investigating the impact of and best practices for collaborative projects.
SoTL Showcase: Supporting inclusion for neurodiverse and physically disabled students in high-impact practices
April 26, 2022
Professor of exercise science and CEL Scholar Caroline Ketcham is investigating the barriers and challenges neurodivergent and disabled students face when participating in high impact practices.
SoTL Showcase: Documenting professional competencies gained through multifaith research and engagement
April 25, 2022
Amy Allocco is researching how the Multifaith Scholars program is helping students achieve success in life after college.
April 28, 2021
Associate Professor of Communication Design Phillip Motley is studying what defines “immersive learning” practices. What characteristics make these pedagogies immersive and why are they beneficial?
April 27, 2021
Three Elon professors are investigating how students can discover a sense of global interconnectedness in their own community.
April 26, 2021
Three Elon professors are showing how a new pedagogy they call “Scrumage” increases students’ agency and confidence in the classroom.
April 26, 2021
A team of researchers is investigating self-sponsored writing (the writing we do outside of work and school) and discovering the essential role it plays in our lives.