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AAEEBL Corporate Partner Webinar: Seelio


When: 12/11/2013
Where: Online Webinar
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Dr. Katie Richards-Schuster, University of Michigan School of Social Work
Judy Williamson Batson

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2013-2014 Corporate Partner
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December 11, 2013

Featuring Seelio

Integrative Portfolios for Social Change: Lessons learned from the Community Action Social Change Minor at the University of Michigan 

Presented by:
Dr. Katie Richards-Schuster, University of Michigan School of Social Work
and Dr. Christine Gouveia, VP of Educational Services at Seelio

Key Webinar Take-Aways: In this webinar, we will discuss the CASC minor and detail its integrative learning capstone course and how it uses eportfolios to drive learning.  We will also explore examples of eportfolios and some lessons learned from the process.  We will address next steps for eportfolio use and research around portfolios in a social justice and social change context. This webinar will include some best practices for engaging students with eportfolios and how to leverage eportfolios to achieve learning outcomes.

About Katie Richards-Schuster

Seelio Presenter, Dr. Katie Richards-SchusterKatie Richards-Schuster is an assistant professor and director of the Community Action and Social Change (CASC) minor in the School of Social Work.

Katie’s research focuses on understanding the contexts and environments that facilitate youth engagement and examining the impact of youth participation on critical issues including public policy and educational reform.  She is a leading scholar in using participatory research approaches with young people.  Katie has participated in numerous community-rooted research efforts including Lifting New Voices, a national pilot project on youth participation and the Training Program on Participatory Evaluation for Young People.  She has also conducted a statewide study of youth participation in public policy in Michigan municipalities, and facilitated a youth-led, multicultural participatory evaluation of the Youth Dialogues on Race and Ethnicity in Metropolitan Detroit.  Katie helped develop the Michigan Youth and Community Program whose aim is to build knowledge and capacity for young people in community change efforts. Her current projects involve a metropolitan youth-led assessment of social justice, a study of strategies for youth participation in educational justice, and an assessment of critical youth media as a tool for social work.

Visit the University of Michigan Social Work Program Website: .

About Seelio

Seelio is an educational services and technology company that is committed to improving the return on investment of a students education. Universities like the University of Michigan, University of Texas at Austin, and West Virginia University are turning to Seelio’s service-based portfolio solution to enhance learning, improve enrollment, build brand, and drive greater career outcomes.


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