Engaged Learning Fellowships
Engaged-learning strategies include, but are not limited to, service-learning, problem-based learning, and learning communities. Engaged-Learning Fellows commit to implementing an engaged learning strategy in one of their courses during 2010-11. Fellows also commit to mentoring others who want to adopt the innovation, assessing the results of their innovation, and recommending library acquisitions where appropriate. Each fellow will receive a one-course reduction in the spring of 2010.
Amount of Award
Cost of a one-course reduction at University minimum adjunct compensation (Course releases requiring higher stipends may be underwritten by the collegiate dean.)
Number of Awards
Up to four
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