This interdisciplinary guide is intended for use by students, staff, and faculty looking to understand the Hamilton context as they engage with off-campus communities through teaching, research, and service.
A guide to incorporating a community-engaged education component to your course(s). This worksheet can help assess your readiness to build community-engaged (CE) components into your curriculum and get started on your planning.
The goal of this guide is to foster critical reflection, self awareness, and community engaged research approaches among students. The guide works to support students in understanding who they are and how this will impact the communities they are partnering with in their research.
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A guide to considering engagement in the community as a university student. This worksheet can help students reflect on their readiness to engage in/with the community before they start their journey.
Reflecting lessons learned during the 2020 CityLAB Hamilton Semester in Residence (SIR) program, the following document is intended to support community engagement practitioners conducting virtual engagement programming online. Topics covered include virtual facilitation skills, platform recommendations, and accessibility considerations