Discover how to turn assignments and hypothetical case studies into a real-world experience for your students, with the support from Riipen, North America's leading experiential learning platform.
Join Maryann Kleynendorst, Experiential Learning Navigator, Faculty of Business Administration, Kevin Brooks, Social Justice Studies Program (MA) Advisor, Graham Passmore, Associate Professor, Faculty of Education, and Ayman Alahmar, Assistant Professor, Department of Software Engineering in an interactive and engaging panel discussion sharing their personal experiences using Riipen in their learning environments. Participants will also receive background information on how Riipen:
Supports educators in easily creating valuable experiential learning projects (or Community and Industry Research & Projects - CIRPS - as defined by CEWIL's latest definitions of WIL) that satisfy your learning objectives.
Helps you easily connect with employers and has an LMS-integrated platform to help you easily manage these projects.
Following the session, Harris Green - our Academic Account Manager from Riipen - will be hosting a 1 hour (optional) office hour session on Zoom where participants will be able receive individualized support with designing their course posting.
To learn more about this session and register, visit: