Linking Learning to Teamwork with The Institute for Experiential Learning
Teamwork is arguably the most critical component of an industry classroom project. Kay Peterson from the Institute for Experiential Learning will present a new research-based approach to optimize learning in the context of teamwork. The new Team Learning Report helps team members understand their […]
University of Vermont Senior Design Tools and Processes
With around 200 students per year spanning five engineering disciplines, the University of Vermont Senior Design is a large program with industry projects in a small metro area (Burlington, Vermont).
Program faculty share tools used and processes developed from the past few years as […]
TCU Neeley & Associates Shares Lessons Learned in 13 Years of an MBA Consultancy
For 13 years, Neeley & Associates has been a premier MBA consultancy run from TCU Neeley School of Business. This TCU Neeley webinar covers is an insider’s notes on running experiential in an MBA program but also has applicability for undergraduate business programs.
University of Illinois Gies Talks Scaling Experiential and Using EduSourced
For more information, check out the blog post on this session here.
University of Illinois Gies College of Business just launched the largest experiential course in the country (800 students!). Even with a long history of real-world learning at Illinois, scaling experiential […]
Integrating Experiential Learning into the Core Curriculum
In the past two years, the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland has significantly expanded its experiential learning portfolio, moving from a handful of consulting projects to a multi-faceted, developmental program that is integrated into the core curriculum. Best of […]
Managing a Multidisciplinary Engineering Capstone with UT Dallas’ UTDesign Program
UT Dallas School of Engineering’s UTDesign brings the real-world to the classroom. In this webinar, the faculty behind UTDesign break down the specifics of how this multidisciplinary capstone program came to be and how they manage it.
Bringing the real-world to […]
Experiential Learning: Building the Feedback Loop
MBA Consultancy – where MBA students work as a team on a real-world project for a real company or nonprofit is one of the earliest forms of experiential learning in business schools. Dr. Thomas Maier presents on the Malloy Group, an MBA consultancy in University […]
Experiential Learning: an Integrated Approach
Many educational experiences can fall under the general descriptor of “experiential learning,” including live cases, action learning projects, and external consulting projects. While all of these require students to assess complex business problems and deliver innovative solutions to an external partner, instantiations of experiential learning […]
Managing Client-based Experiential Learning Presented by EduSourced & MBA Roundtable
Presenting findings from a recent 100+ participant survey, Best Practices as shared by seven top MBA experiential programs and an overview of the EduSourced software platform that was designed to manage Client-based Experiential Learning.
The state of experiential learning in business schools Specific […]
Developing Students Into T-Shaped Professionals
Dr. Jim Spohrer, IBM’s Global Director for University Programs and Dr. Philip Gardner, Michigan State’s Director of Collegiate Employment Researching Institute present on how universities are using interdisciplinary learning projects to develop students into “T shaped” professionals.
A wholistic approach for developing students […]
Action Learning at MIT Sloan: Bringing Management Education to Life
Michellana Jester, Director of Action Learning at MIT Sloan School of Management, presents on Action Learning generally and its application at Sloan specifically. Topics covered include faculty and student engagement and managing the complexity of international labs.
Detailing how Action Learning works at […]