Wednesday, November 30, marks the deadline for UWindsor faculty to complete a survey sharing their insights on experiential and work-integrated learning at the University.
“We have had a tremendous response to the survey demonstrating keen interest in these areas on campus,” says Chris Busch, acting executive director of Co-op, Career, and Employment Services and chair of the Provost’s Task Force on Experiential Education. “However, we want to gather as many viewpoints as possible to help in highlighting best practices and drafting recommendations to further support these important high-impact practices on campus.”
Faculty who have taught one or more courses over the past year received e-mailed invitations to participate in the online questionnaire, which asks them to describe how they incorporate such activities in their teaching.
Instructors will find a link to the survey in their UWindsor e-mail inboxes — the original message November 11 and a reminder on November 23.
Clearance for the survey has been provided by the University’s Research Ethics Board, Office of Institutional Analysis and Office of the Vice-President, Human Resources.