Continuing the Conversation with Amy Powell, Brandi Gilbert, Morgan Studer, and Tyrone Freeman
In this webinar, program leaders from IUPUI high-impact practice (HIP) programs - capstone, internships, service learning, and ePortfolio - come together to discuss how Engaged Learning Week was brought successfully into the online environment during Spring 2020.
Engaged Learning Week, hosted by the Institute for Engaged Learning, is a week-long celebration of engaged learning and HIPs on campus including public in-person showcases of student work in undergraduate research, internship programs, capstone projects, ePortfolios, service learning and community engaged learning, first-year seminars, Jag Start, and the Honors College.
Though most commonly designed for traditional face-to-face environments, implementation of HIPs can be successful online when thoughtful consideration is given to the essential elements that support student learning. Each program director will discuss their approach to designing their online showcase environment, including considerations of synchronous vs. asynchronous format, mode of public presentation, mode of interaction with audience, and feedback to students.