Original Publication Date
2022 Experiential Commons Scholar Summit: Community-engaged Pedagogy and Practice
Date of Submission
Institutional barriers can hinder the effective development of projects and practices that foster community partnerships and promote the co-development of impactful research and experiences. Barriers such as funding, institutional approvals, and community access to institutional resources, can derail the best of intentions and projects. This interactive session will provide attendees with strategies to deal with common barriers to effective practices and will provide tools for finding funding, resource development, and troubleshooting context specific problems.
Alcaine, J.G., (2022, March 25). Finding Funding and Understanding Logistics for Community-engaged Practice: Strategies for Overcoming Institutional Barriers [Presented as part of summit proceedings]. 2022 Experiential Commons Scholar Summit: Community-engaged Pedagogy and Practice, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia
Is Part Of
Publications from the Dept. of Foundations of Education