CEWIL Webinar - Exploring Service-Learning in the COVID19 Context

2:00 PM, May 28, 2020

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Community Service Learning (CSL) is a form of Work-Integrated Learning that integrates meaningful community service with classroom instruction and critical reflection to enrich the learning experience and strengthen communities. In practice, students work in partnership with a community-based organization to apply their disciplinary knowledge to a challenge identified by the community. Reciprocity and mutual benefit are central to partnerships for Service-Learning. How this is done through crisis times is a test of postsecondary institutions’ commitment to deep community engagement.

Through this webinar, Service-Learning practitioners from across Canada discuss how projects and partnerships with community are quickly adapted as a result of COVID-19. Our panelists represent four different postsecondary institutions and will discuss challenges and opportunities as we navigate these unprecedented times with our partners and our students.

Please reach out to cewil@cewilcanada.ca should you have any questions.

Registration closes on May 27 at 5 PM ET.

Moderator: Sandy Howe, Brock University

Panelists: Kelly Hollingshead, Community-Engaged Learning Coordinator, Western University, Gillian Kemp, Manager, Experiential Learning at MacEwan University, Rhianna Nagel, Community-Engaged Learning Coordinator at the University of Victoria and Sarah King, Director, Experiential Education at the University of New Brunswick.