Community Engagement Classification Resources: Webinar Recordings

The following list of webinar recordings is offered as a resource primarily for institutions applying for the Community Engagement Classification or Re-Classification.
 

Webinar Recordings:

 

 

"Introduction to the Elective Community Engagement Classification from the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching" (video presentation).

This video provides a brief introduction to the Elective Community Engagement Classification. It was produced as part of a session for the 2013 International Conference of the Global University Network for Innovation held in Barcelona, Spain, May 15, 2013, for a session on Engagement with Added Value and Collective Impact.  A link to the presentation can be found at: http://vpc.umb.edu/ElectiveCommunityEngagementClassification_050613/#


Recorded Democracy Commitment webinar:  "The Democracy Commitment: Carnegie Foundation Community Engagement Elective Classification."  

On February 20, 2013, The Democracy Commitment hosted a webinar surrounding the Carnegie Foundation’s Elective Community Engagement Classification.

John Saltmarsh, Co-Director of the New England Resource Center for Higher Education, and Gail Robinson, Senior Advisor for the Community College National Center for Community Engagement lead the webinar.  In addition, Fagan Forhan, Director of Experiential Learning Opportunities and Civic Engagement at Mount Wachusett Community College, Josh Young, Director of the Institute for Civic Engagement and Democracy at Miami Dade College, and Emily Janke, Special Assistant for Community Engagement at the Institute for Community and Economic Engagement (ICEE) at the University of North Carolina Greensboro shared their institutions’ experiences with the classification application process and give advice.

An archived copy of the webinar is available for viewing here.

The powerpoint presentation used for the webinar is also available for review (PDF) by clicking here.

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