ELN Objectives


Currently, ELN aims to support the development of experiential learning in all its aspects for the university, faculty, staff, prospective and current students, and community partners.

Objectives include:

  • Development and integration of community/university partnerships offered as curricular, co-curricular and/or extra-curricular possibilities.
  • Intersection with adult learner needs through Recognition of Prior Learning and related lifelong learning initiatives.
  • Facilitation of university/community gatherings to share existing resources and expertise.

Participation in programs and initiatives developed by Senior Administration, the Coordinator of Adult Learner Services and RPL, the Director of Community Learning, the Global College and Campus Sustainability   These initiatives are designed with the following goals in mind:

  • Advocate for students interested in community-service/experiential learning.
  • Mentor students, faculty, and staff to promote awareness of community-service/experiential learning networks, opportunities, and practices.
  • Assist faculty to develop and implement community-service/experiential learning options and expertise.
  • Represent  learning achieved through community-service/experiential learning initiatives.
  • Develop flexible and authentic assessment practices.
  • Build community-service/experiential learning partnerships with local, national, and international programs/projects/processes.
  • Support community-service/experiential learning research. 

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