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EL Conversations with Campus Partners

EL Conversations with Campus Partners is a bi-weekly webinar series highlighting experiential learning opportunities, initiatives, and efforts across campus. It includes guest speakers from across UD presenting on their EL opportunities and how they facilitate EL, with a focus on online learning. In the series, we will discuss methods, practices, and tools used in EL facilitation, and discuss both what is working and what is not working, as well as key takeaways which you can apply to your own programs. The series also features important resources from across the country, as well as interactive discussions about EL. We love to spotlight our colleagues and students, and hope you will join us.

EL Conversations sessions are publicized through our newsletter. To sign up, please click here.


Feel free to contact us with any questions, comments, concerns, or suggestions.

Please see below for all sessions, including any materials and recordings from the conversation.


 

In this EL Conversation, Danielle Weickert, Graduate Assistant in the Fitz Center for Leadership in Community, presented on GivePulse, UD's new community involvement platform.

GivePulse

Brian LaDuca, Adrienne Ausdenmoore, and students from IACT will join our discussion to talk about IACT's micro-internship program and how they continued their activities remotely.

Click here to view the recorded discussion.

Click here to view the slides presented during the session.


IACT

Participants in the Dean's Summer Fellows Program will discuss how they continued research virtually as well as what strategies helped them continue their work.

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Dean's Summer Fellows

MEC students and faculty will discuss how peer mentorship, employment, and engagement have continued remotely and what their plans are for the fall.


MEC

Members of HSI will discuss their summer projects and methods they used to communicate and execute plans while conducting business online.

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HSI

The Center for Social Concern will present on their plans for the fall and how they have had to adapt to new regulations, plans, and methods.

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Center for Social Concern

Jason Eckert, Director of Career Services, will share information about upcoming virtual career fairs, alumni mentoring and networking, and other valuable learning opportunities for students.

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Career Services
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