My name is Tracy Welch and I have recently been hired as the Experiential Learning Institute (ELI) Office Manager. I’m very excited to be in this newly created position at NMC. I am hoping to bring my various work experiences as a teacher, outreach coordinator, mentor coach, and administrative assistant to this new position in… Continue Reading Experiential Learning Institute Welcomes New Office Manager!
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Whenever you need support, we are here to help! From a quick look at an assignment or activity to thoroughly redesigning a course, the ELI has something for you. Not only will you find us at every PD opportunity offered to faculty, we have an entire professional development track for anyone interested in EL. Enroll… Continue Reading Happy Fall Semester 2021 from NMC Experiential Learning Institute (ELI)!
The ELI is expanding supportive offerings through the Spring and Summer. We want to bring all of these to your attention now! EL 101 Online – Register ANYTIME! EL101 is a self-paced, Moodle-based approach to learning and applying effective teaching and learning practices. We currently have 40 faculty enrolled, and it has been great! We… Continue Reading ELI Offerings
The ELI is expanding supportive offerings through the spring and summer. We want to bring one option to your attention now! EL101 is a self-paced, Moodle-based approach to learning and applying effective teaching and learning practices. We currently have 40 faculty enrolled, and it has been great working with faculty. We will bring this content to… Continue Reading EL Jumpstart Workshop in May!
The Experiential Learning Institute (ELI) loves getting into the nitty-gritty of teaching and learning. In addition to offering resources like mentorship and grant funding for projects, ELI works with faculty and staff to reimagine experiences, activities and assignments. Sometimes, we get the joy of working closely with someone who is looking to completely transform an… Continue Reading Get into the Nitty-Gritty with Experiential Learning