Resources: For Faculty
Community-Engaged Learning is a form of teaching and learning in which students engage in structured service and action that is responsive to community needs, provides mutually beneficial experience for students and community partners, and is designed to include critical analysis and reflection linking service to academic, cluster, and discipline specific learning goals.
Our Office provides:
- Information on and connections to social and public service agencies in Central Texas
- Discipline-specific models of community-based learning and research in higher education
Resources and guidance to facilitate the implementation of community-based learning in academic courses
Community-Engaged Learning Guide for Faculty- A introductory toolkit for faculty interested in incorporating community-engaged learning pedagogy into their courses.