We offer a range of resources for faculty and instructors interested in community-engaged learning (CEL), including a newsletter, teaching guides, access to faculty SharePoint site with scholarship, sample syllabi, and other resources.
Subscribe to our faculty newsletter to stay up to date with events and initiatives at the CCP. Learn about new resources, scholarship and opportunities for CEL.
The CCP produces tools for CEL course design and delivery including tip sheets, overview documents, and bibliographies:
- Community Partner Engagement and CEL Course Strategies during the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Guide for Instructors (PDF)
- Community-Engaged Learning in Online Spaces: A Guide for Instructors (PDF)
- Faculty Research on Community-Engaged Learning (PDF), a bibliography of CEL-related publications by University of Toronto instructors
Our CEL Faculty SharePoint is a repository of:
- sample syllabi
- course design resources
- critical reflection tools
- specific examples of activities, exercises and assignments
- key literature in the field
Email Rebs Lee, Programs Administrator, to inquire about access to the SharePoint.
Several resources are available to students involved in curricular and co-curricular CEL at the University of Toronto, including instructional modules, tip sheets, workshops, and access to a range of support services. For further information and resources, students can visit the Experiential Learning Hub website.
Experiential Learning Modules
These modules also help students navigate their experiential learning opportunity. Each module focuses on a different aspect of experiential learning. You can consider your responsibilities when engaged in experiential learning; gain a deeper understanding of your strengths, values and interests; learn about the value of reflection; set goals and create a personal learning plan to ensure you develop the competencies that matter to you; and reflect on those competencies while learning how to speak about them on resumes and in interviews.
The full set of experiential learning modules can be accessed on the University of Toronto Experiential Learning Modules website. Introduction to Community-Engaged Learning and Preparing for your Community-Engaged Learning Experience focus on CEL specifically.
NOTE: These student-facing modules are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License so that they can be adapted and adopted widely.
The Experiential Learning Hub provides definitions and descriptions of the range of experiential learning types, as well as connections to logistical support and pedagogical and administrative resources that will help you develop and implement new experiential learning opportunities or enhance existing opportunities for students.
For more information, please visit the University of Toronto Experiential Learning Hub.