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Many UAS programs incorporate experiential learning (“learning by doing,” often outside the traditional classroom) as a matter of course, getting students out into “the rain forest, ice field, wetlands, and marine environment of Southeast Alaska.” If you want to learn more about experiential, service, and/or community engaged teaching, check out some of the resources below, attend a CELT workshop, and/or contact CELT staff for guidance and support.

Julia Ivy presents on BE-EDGE

Julia Ivy presents on her BE-EDGE framework to faculty

Former UAS faculty member Julia Ivy shared her BE-EDGE instrument with faculty during a CELT workshop on March 4, 2019. BE-EDGE is built to enhance graduates’ employability and uses consulting cases as a framework for final projects, capstone classes, and internship theses. If you were unable to attend the program, you can view the recording. (We are still in the process of editing the closed captioning.)


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