Experiential learning is more than work-integrated learning—it’s about engaging students in active and reflective learning that’s meaningful to them, their studies, communities and future careers.

Need ideas for what experiential learning can look like in a real classroom? Or have ideas but not sure how to apply them? Find inspiration and answers at our Experiential Learning Virtual Showcase, running from November 8 to 12.

The showcase will include over a dozen unique sessions to help you design and implement innovative approaches to experiential learning in your classroom. Join the Spotlight on Experiential Learning panel sessions, where your colleagues will discuss how they’ve incorporated experiential learning into their courses with the help of campus partners. Drop into any of the Ask the Experts sessions for an on-the-spot consultation with campus experts in accessibility and inclusivity, research ethics, risk management, online learning and more. Cap the week off with a keynote from Associate Vice-President (Teaching and Learning), David Hornsby, about the role of universities in developing critically engaged citizen scholars.

Find the full showcase schedule and registration details here.