Integrating Communities & Learners

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  • Where we come from A history of leading CE innovation in CanadaPockets of CE activity dispersed across campus (individuals, centres, research groups)Limited visibility of CE activities (internal, external)Long-standing and successful relationships with community organizations
  • What learned Identifying and developing partnershipsSustaining and continuing partnerships Maintaining communication (all levels)Value of CE and CE outputs (U of S)Increase expectations to pursue and use research (Communities)VisibilityResource constraints (time, space, funding)Mentorship / Community of practiceWhere we are now.A history of leading CE innovation in CanadaPockets of CE activity dispersed across campus (individuals, centres, research groups)Limited visibility of CE activities (internal, external)Long-standing and successful relationships with community organizations
  • Promising practices – programs and services
  • Option direct input of network members and communities into functions and functioning of the Network
  • Integrating Communities & Learners

    1. 1. Integrating Communities& LearnersUniversity of Saskatchewan Community Engagement HubMay 2011<br />
    2. 2. Deciding how to proceed…<br />Task Force on Community-Based Research<br />Task Force on Undergraduate Research<br />Community Service Learning - Discussions & Workshops<br />Consultations on Experiential Learning <br />
    3. 3. The concept….<br />Community Based <br />Research<br />Community <br />Engagement <br />Hub<br />Undergraduate Research<br />Student Experiential<br />Learning<br />
    4. 4. What we will achieve. . . . .<br /><ul><li>A first stop or storefront for CE activities
    5. 5. Electronic, physical and travelling portal
    6. 6. Increased visibility of CE activities
    7. 7. An advocate for CE activities and a structure to address opportunities and mitigate procedural barriers
    8. 8. Increased and facilitated discussions between and amongst students, faculty and communities</li></li></ul><li>Senators / RACs<br />Aboriginal Organizations<br />Business / Industry<br />Brokering / Matchmaking<br />Community Organizations<br />Community Engagement Portal<br />Community Engagement Hub<br />From Idea to Project <br />Community Engaged Learning<br />Community-Based Research<br />Linkages<br />Assoc. Deans Academic<br />Assoc. Deans/<br />Centres<br />Researchers<br />CEL Network<br />CBR Network<br />Program Advisors ULC<br />Research Facilitators<br />
    9. 9. What we will provide…<br />
    10. 10. Governance - Advisory<br />U of S<br />Centre<br />NGO<br />U of S<br />Faculty<br />Gov’t<br />Advisory<br />Board<br />Bus.<br />U of S College<br />Abor. Org<br />CE Hub<br />
    11. 11. Measuring success….<br />CE Hub as a 5-year pilot program<br />Working toward<br />Increased number faculty involved CE<br /><ul><li>Increased number academic units
    12. 12. CE as core part of student experience across colleges
    13. 13. Greater number and diversity of community partners</li></li></ul><li>Anticipated Launch – Summer 2011<br />Community <br />Engagement <br />Hub<br />Questions and Comments<br />

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