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Now happening... Executive Director Peter Felten is one of the round table panelists.
 
What will be required for young and old to thrive in the coming digital, global world of many challenges? What is the role of an integrative education in transferring those skills?

Join anchor Donald Harward, former president of Bates College, in this second roundtable of the series to Reinvent the University for the Whole Person, in partnership with +Georgetown University 

We have a great group of participants forming for this roundtable: 
+Mimi Ito , Professor and cultural anthropologist
+Mike McPherson , President of the Spencer Foundation
+Nova Spivack , CEO of Bottlenose
+Peter Felten , Assistant Provost, Director of the Center for Engaged Learning, and Professor of History at Elon University

See more at: http://reinventors.net/roundtables/next-skill-sets/
This Hangout On Air is hosted by Reinventors Network. The live video broadcast will begin soon.
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In an interview with the Center's staff, Lee Shulman (Professor of Education at Stanford University) discusses the potential of aggregated Scholarship of Teaching and Learning data. Enjoy!
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Lee Shulman talks about 3 types of evidence we should consider in evidence-based teaching.
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The Center's latest blog features a video interview with Lee Shulman. We'll share more clips for the interview throughout the month.
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We're pleased to release our final video from our ISSOTL 2013 interview with Lee Shulman. Check out all 5 in our Lee Shulman on the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning playlist.
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We've posted materials from our "New Research on Student Experiences with High-Impact Practices" session (AAC&U 2014) on our website. Thank you, Michael Reder, Luke Millard, Jeffrey Coker, and Desiree Porter for sharing your exciting research!
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We've started a playlist of our video interviews with Lee Shulman. We'll add 2 more videos later this month. Check back for updates!
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In a video interview with the Center's staff, Lee Shulman discusses the history of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning.
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Happy New Year! We're pleased to share the first of five videos featuring Lee Shulman, Professor of Education at Stanford University.
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Ready to go public with a scholarship of teaching and learning project? Our latest blog posts shares tips for transitioning from disciplinary writing to SoTL writing.
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An International Center for Research on Engaged Learning
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The Center for Engaged Learning brings together international leaders in higher education to develop and to synthesize rigorous research on central questions about student learning.

Researchers have identified “high-impact” educational practices – study abroad, undergraduate research, internships, service-learning, writing-intensive courses, living-learning communities, and so on. However, while we know what these practices are, we could know much more about three essential issues: (1) how to do these practices well, (2) how to scale these practices to many students, and (3) how students integrate their learning across multiple high impact experiences.

The Center for Engaged Learning: fosters investigations of these and related questions; hosts multi-institutional research and practice-based initiatives, conferences, and seminars; and shares related resources for faculty and faculty developers on high-impact practices for engaged learning.

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