Course Development Resources
So you are interested in adding hands-on, real world opportunities for students into your course?
Below are some resources to help you:
Offices at GSU related to experiential learning
- Faculty and staff of Special Programs in the Office of the Vice President of Enrollment Management & Student Success are available to help you design new signature experience courses or adapt courses and connect you to relevant on- and off-campus resources. Please contact us at email@example.com or 404-413-2276 for more information.
- On Perimeter campuses, Mary Elizabeth Tyler Boucebci, the Community-Based Learning Coordinator, in the Office of Academic Community Engagement works directly with faculty to incorporate service-learning and community-based research into courses.
- For more information on service learning opportunities, go to the Office of Civic Engagement website at http://service.gsu.edu/.
- For help obtaining internship opportunities, go to Career Services website at http://career.gsu.edu/.
Trainings and Workshops
The Center for Teaching and Learning offers a variety of workshops related to experiential learning. Go to their events calendar for information on dates and times.
Interested in learning more about Community-Engaged Research (CEnR)? The Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI program) offers three modules on the topic. Go to the CITI website and log-in. Once you log into the CITI website, please look under Main Menu/My Courses. You should be looking at courses under Georgia State University.
Then click on “Add a Course”
The CEnR modules are presented last in the list of courses.