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Student and Community Partnerships: Impact in Action

Campus Engage works to embed, scale and promote accredited student community-based learning and teaching (CBLT) on campuses across Ireland.
Community-based learning and teaching are academic approaches that seek to enhance student learning outcomes, while working in partnership with civic and civil society organisations (CSOs) to act on local and global societal challenges.

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Student and Community Partnerships: Impact in Action

The following series of short videos highlights the impact of community engaged learning on student attributes and values. It is funded by the National Forum for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning and informed by the UCC Graduate Attributes Programme.

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NUI Galway

NUI Galway

NUI Galway Occupational therapy students mitigating the negative impact of confinement and social distancing through the Build-a-Box Programme.

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University of Limerick

University of Limerick

UL students working with local communities to identify their needs, co-design and deliver community-based interventions.

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Maynooth University

Maynooth University

MU students and the community working together to build eco-literacy, protect and sustain local forests, and halt biodiversity loss.

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University College Cork

University College Cork

A collaboration between Cork migrant women and UCC Masters in Applied Psychology Students creating pathways for integration.

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University College Dublin

University College Dublin

UCD students working with society to develop more inclusive urban environments in Dublin City Centre.

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TU Dublin

TU Dublin

Marketing and multimedia students empowering and promoting the social inclusion of all.