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Multicultural Experiential Learning Toolkit: Experiential Learning and Multicultural Learning Resources

Sources on Experiential Learning

Print books:

Books are organized by call number in library. Books whose call number starts with a prefix of CTL can be found on the main floor, just outside the CTL Office (Room L194). All other titles are located on the lower level. Please check the library catalog to see if a book is currently checked-in. 

Title  Author or Editor Call Number
Experiential education: Making the most of learning outside the classroom Ed. Donna M. Qualters CTL LB 1025.2 N48 no.124 2010
Student engagement: a multidimensional perspective Ed. James E. Groccia and William Buskist CTL LB 1025.2 N48 no.154 2018
Teaching for experiential learning: five approaches that work Scott D. Wordinger and Julie Carson  LB 1027.23 W86 2010
     

 

E-books:

E-Books are accessed electronically via the library catalog or the links to the books listed below. Off campus, you may need your seven digit Carroll ID number to access these resources. 

Journal and Periodical Articles:

Sources on Diversity and Multiculturalism

Print books:

Books are organized by call number in library. Books whose call number starts with a prefix of CTL can be found on the main floor, just outside the CTL Office (Room L194). All other titles are located on the lower level. Please check the library catalog to see if a book is currently checked-in. 

Title Author/Editor Call Number
Breakthrough strategies: classroom-based practices to support New Majority college students Kathleen A. Ross LC 3731 R68 2016
Deconstructing race: Multicultural education beyond the color-bind Jabari Mahiri LC 1099.3 M332 2017
     

 

E-books:

E-Books are accessed electronically via the library catalog or the links to the books listed below. Off campus, you may need your seven digit Carroll ID number to access these resources. 

Journal and Periodical Articles: