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  • Powell, Amy; Freeman, Tyrone; Kahn, Susan (2019-03-19)
    This ePortfolio High-Impact Practice Taxonomy seeks to clearly define the features of ePortfolios as a high-impact practice in individual courses, across degree and co-curricular programs, and across entire undergraduate ...
  • Baker, Sara; Powell, Amy; Sabol, David; Johnson, Charlie; Orme, William; Angermeier, Lisa; Bowman, Heather (2018-02-19)
    First-year seminars are designed to assist entering students as they form connections with the IUPUI community, including other students, faculty, and advisors in a prospective major. This First-Year Seminars High-Impact ...
  • Benedict, Brian; Rust, Matthew M. (2018-03-09)
    The IUPUI Internships Taxonomy was developed to improve practice and assessment: Improving practice 1.Identifying best practices and resources for enhancing experiential learning to support and improve internship ...
  • Hahn, Thomas W.; Hatcher, Julie A.; Price, Mary F.; Studer, Morgan L. (2018-02-06)
    The IUPUI Taxonomy for Service Learning Courses has the potential to contribute to the campus and to research on service learning because the taxonomy: 1) Creates a common approach in working with instructors to support ...
  • Leslie, Stephanie; Monkhouse, Kevanne (2019-07-30)
    The leading professional organization for study abroad, the Forum on Education Abroad, defines study abroad as “education that occurs outside the participant’s home country.” In addition to engagement in academic courses, ...
  • Bowman, Heather; Sabol, David; Baker, Sara (2018-02-19)
    Description The IUPUI Summer Bridge Program is an intensive two-week pre-semester program for incoming freshmen delivered through an instructional team approach. The Summer Bridge student cohorts continue into the fall ...
  • Baker, Sara; Powell, Amy; Sabol, David; Johnson, Charlie; Orme, William; Angermeier, Lisa; Bowman, Heather (2018-02-27)
    A themed learning community (TLC) at IUPUI is a first-year seminar and two discipline-based courses linked by a theme that a group of 25 freshmen enroll in as a cohort. Themed learning communities enhance student learning ...
  • Engler, Andrea; Minglin, Mark (2018-02-19)
    This taxonomy outlines the knowledge, skills, and techniques used during the stages of a successful mentoring relationship from beginning to end. This taxonomy lays out the process for an effective learning and mentoring ...
  • Galli, Dominique (2018-02-19)
    Undergraduate research is defined by the Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR) as an inquiry or investigation conducted by an undergraduate student that makes an original intellectual or creative contribution to the ...
  • Pierce, David; Zoeller, Aimee; Wood, Zebulun; Wendeln, Ken; Bishop, Charity; Engels, Erin; Powell, Amy; Poulsen, Joan; Brehl, Nick; Nickolson, Darrell (2019)
    The capstone is a signature, culminating experience that requires students to integrate knowledge, skills, and dispositions acquired during college and apply them in a situation that approximates some aspect of disciplinary ...
  • Bringle, Robert G.; Clayton, Patti H. (RIED. Revista Iberoamericana de Educación a Distancia, 2020)
    Our intent is to frame the integration of service learning and digital technologies broadly in teaching and learning and to explore some of the complexities of the challenge and the promise, thereby setting up readers’ ...
  • IUPUI Working Group on Ethical Community Engagement in Global Learning (2020-01-13)
    You are the faculty advisor for a university-recognized national undergraduate student organization that participates in global health volunteerism each year. Students state that they typically participate in the program ...
  • IUPUI Working Group on Ethical Community Engagement in Global Learning (2020-01-13)
    As part of a conference devoted to exploring ethics in global health volunteer experiences hosted by your university, student leaders representing several health professions schools and pre-professional programs host a ...
  • IUPUI Working Group on Ethical Community Engagement in Global Learning (2020-01-13)
    While visiting a campus event, an administrator notices a booth for a local organization that offers service programs in a variety of locations around the world. The administrator has worked with this organization before ...
  • IUPUI Working Group on Ethical Community Engagement in Global Learning (2020-01-13)
    You are the program manager for a medical student clinical rotation that occurs in a developing country. This program embeds US medical students, under the supervision of local physicians, into government-sponsored health ...
  • IUPUI Working Group on Ethical Community Engagement in Global Learning (2020-01-13)
    You are asked to provide a pre-departure orientation on ethical cross-cultural engagement to a student-led service-learning group a few weeks prior to their traveling to Central America. They are traveling under the ...
  • IUPUI Working Group on Ethical Community Engagement in Global Learning (2020-01-13)
    A student is meeting with their advisor to talk about their goal of attending medical school. In discussing how they might prepare for medical school, the student shares that they are planning to pursue a medical mission ...
  • IUPUI Working Group on Ethical Community Engagement in Global Learning (2020-01-13)
    A student has recently returned from a service trip abroad, and meets with her academic advisor to plan classes for the following semester. The advisor is anxious to hear about the student’s experience, but as the student ...
  • Brown, Lorrie A.; Studer, Morgan L. (2020-01-15)
    Higher education is increasingly being called to not only ensure that students are prepared to enter the labor market but also that they are prepared to thrive and contribute to society within and beyond their specific ...
  • Bringle, Robert G.; Clayton, Patti H.; Bringle, Kathryn E. (Partnerships: A Journal of Service-Learning and Civic Engagement, 2015)
    Using theory and research from the cognitive and social sciences as well as the literature of service-learning and community-campus engagement, we critically examine an over-emphasis on democratic thinking as the primary ...

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