On this page you will find a database of all Campus Engage publications, tools, case studies, and resources to support you, your staff, students, civic and civil society organisations to embed, scale and promote engagement across campuses and local, national and international communities.
Campus Engage Working Group members have developed and delivered training across Engaged Research for Impact and Community-based Teaching and Learning to hundreds of staff across the higher educations sector in Ireland and abroad.
If you would like to avail of future training opportunities, please add your details to the following datab: Engaged Research for Impact List; or the Community-based Teaching and Learning List. We will contact you via email when training is made available.
Engaged Research and Innovation for Societal Impact Digital Badge Course
Society & Higher Education – Working Together to Address Societal Challenges.
Target audience: advanced and early stage researcher, research support staff.
By participating in this six-week online course, researchers will learn:
- How to facilitate Engaged Research for Societal Impact capacity-building workshops;
- How to choose appropriate research methods to engage and involve relevant stakeholders across the research life cycle;
- How to bring research relevant stakeholders together to plan for research impact;
- How to effectively respond to engagement and impact criteria across EU Horizon Europe and Irish funding agency calls;
- How to translate and mobilise knowledge for public policy and engage with policymakers;
- How to undertake research evaluation to demonstrate research impact; and
- How to better communicate research findings and outcomes to research users.
The Campus Engage Community-Engaged Learning Digital Badge Course
Educators – accredit students for solving real world problems
Target audience: teaching and learning staff
By participating in this six-week online course, higher education teaching staff will:
- Enhance your teaching by providing students with practical experience of applying academic learning in a real-world setting with community-based organisations.
- Contribute to students learning outcomes across citizenship, team work, effective communication, leadership, empathy and enhance their social capital.
- Network with community partners to open up new learning and research projects, interdisciplinary funding opportunities, or publications. No prior experience with community organisations is necessary to take this course.
- Walk away with a plan and tools to develop learning outcomes, assessment techniques, learning agreements, process guides, and case studies of successful projects.
- Become part of a national Campus Engage network of community engaged teaching and research practitioners.
- Get recognition of your CEL activities for institutional promotional criteria