Learning in Action

High-quality experiential learning helps UA undergraduates develop strong problem-solving skills and connect coursework to real-world contexts.

Jay Roberts, author of "Experiential Education in the College Context," to visit The University of Alabama

September 21 - 23, 2016

Public Lecture:

Thursday, September 22, 4:00 PM, North Lawn Hall - Room 2006

Wicked Problems, Real Work, and Experiential Learning: A Process for High-Impact Engagement


Learning in Action uses research-based best practices to support high-quality experiential learning opportunities.


Learning in Action Pilot Year Highlights:

28 experiential learning opportunities (ELOs) piloted, reaching over 500 students.


Assessing Outcomes

Student Experience in the Research University (SERU) piloted

Pre- and Post-Reflection Data Analyzed


Interested in experiential learning-based courses and co-curricular opportunities? Find out more.

Fall Kick-Off

Recognition Breakfast honors faculty and staff; Learning in Action Fall Fellows attend course design workshop.


Meet the Fall 2016 Fellows; learn how you can become a Learning in Action Fellow.

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