Trinity faculty offer more than twenty Community Learning courses each semester. Faculty can find resources to help with new or existing Community Learning courses on this page.

Resources for designing a new course or adding a new assignment or partnership to an existing course:
  • Erica Crowley, Director of Community Learning, is available to meet with faculty to discuss preliminary ideas, designing assignments, choosing readings, or building partnerships.
  • Join Community Learning Faculty Fellows (CLiFF). Learn more about Community Learning and workshop ideas in a group setting.
  • Visit the Community Learning Faculty Toolkit for readings and resources that can aid faculty in course planning and/or be incorporated into a class as student readings
  • View recent undergraduate community-engaged research projects in the CHER research archive
  • View digital storytelling resources and hardware available for check out from Community Learning here
  • Looking for a partner? View the CHER database of recent partners here.
Community Learning course assistance funds

Community Learning offers up to $500 in course assistance funds for approved Community Learning courses. See allowable expenses and how to apply here.

Scholarly resources
Community Learning Publications:
Course Integration: