Are you looking to gain real-world experience in your field of study? Are you trying to develop and establish professional connections? With immersive learning projects, you can work alongside professors and community organizations to to gain experience outside of the classroom.
Immersive Learning at a Glance
- What do I gain from Immersive Learning?
- How can I get involved in Immersive Learning?
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By exploring new possibilities in a variety of academic settings you can:
- create high-impact solutions to real-world problems
- gain professional experience
- develop transferrable skills and intellectual capabilities
- establish professional connections with local organizations
Immersive Learning is interdisciplinary in nature and opportunities exist in multiple areas within the university and community. Here are a few ways to get involved in Immersive Learning:
Apply for Co-op
Interested in learning on the job? Carleton’s Co-op and Career Services gives students the chance to participate in co-operative education (co-op) to gain exposure to work experience through their field of academic study. Visit the Co-op Program page to learn more.
Are there ways your classes are changing the way we do things? We’re looking to profile your immersive learning opportunities that help set Carleton apart as a university which gives our students hands-on experience in solving real world problems. Please contact email@example.com.
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A list of Immersive Learning experiences shared with the Discovery Centre is also available. Learn what your Department, School or Institute has been doing for Immersive Learning!
Wednesday, November 9, 2016
Election Day in Ogdensburg
Nineteen students from Carleton's Masters of Journalism program ventured into St. Lawrence County on November 8th to capture stories and report on events as this years' historic election unfolded. To read their stories and share their observations please visit the website created for the...
Thursday, June 19, 2014
Profile: Neuroscience I-CUREUS Participant
Natalie Prowse, a third year Neuroscience student shares her I-CUREUS experience. Please outline your role as an I-CUREUS participant (what research support were you providing?) I was tasked with finishing and documenting a program which uses a suite of software called EEGLab for the Neuroscience of Imagination Cognition and Emotion Research...
Friday, May 2, 2014
Ottawa high school students race 3-D printed cars
Students from Lisgar Collegiate Institute under the supervision of their teacher, Mr. Robert Tang, have created 3-D printer car designs. The Discovery Centre is printing the unique designs and will host the students as they race their cars on Thursday May 8 from 1:00-3:00pm. This project is done in tandem with the Department of...