Summer Learning Opportunities from Campus Compact

June 26, 2020

With the continued outbreak of COVID-19 leaving fall semesters uncertain, Campus Compact is proud to offer several summer learning opportunities to help you plan for the next academic year.

These online opportunities focus on topics that are reflective of the needs of the moment, like transitioning to online engagement work, managing risk in the era of COVID-19, and supporting participation and voice among community partners.

Fusion Course: Enhancing Online Education through Community-Based Learning
Three courses offered this summer: July 13-14, July 27-31, and August 3-14

Through this faculty development course, learn how to infuse community-based learning into online courses to give students hands-on, real-world experience that will strengthen learning, create connections to the larger community, and improve student retention rates.

Now through July 4, get $50 off your registration with code FIFTYOFF!

Summer 2020 Webinar Series

Campus Compact’s webinar series is back for Summer 2020 with a special series focused on the needs of campuses as they think about how to prepare for the Fall semester in light of COVID-19. Webinars touch on topics like online service-learning, partnerships, and risk management. Each session will include a 30-minute breakout group to discuss these topics with colleagues from across the country, share insights, and ask questions.

  • June 30: Risk Management in Community Engagement: Considerations and Recommendations in the Time of COVID-19
  • July 9: Pitfalls and Possibilities for Ethical Partnerships and Critical Pedagogy in Service Learning and Community Engagement in the COVID-19 Era
  • July 16: Engaging Online: Promising Practices in E-Service Learning and Digital Civic Engagement
  • July 23: Student Leadership in a Time of Global Crisis: From Ideas to Action for Full Participation in the 2020 Census & Elections
  • August 4: Virtual Mentoring and Tutoring During COVID-19: Preventing K-12 Learning Loss and Building an Online Model for the Future

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