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Integrative Learning

Integrative Learning

​Integrative Learning has been identified as an essential student learning outcome by the AAC&U.

What exactly is it? Why is it important? How can we, as faculty, help our students learn to think in an integrative way? And how do we know if they are?

In this FIG, facilitated by Janine Graziano (English, KCTL), we will explore these questions and think about how our work with students—whether in stand-alone or "linked" courses—can promote integrative thinking.

For more information or to join, please contact Janine at and please check out our work on our Commons page.

Janine Graziano