The Charles Koch Foundation Supports TEL Library’s New Experiential Learning Project

TEL Library is pleased to announce the Charles Koch Foundation’s support for its new Experiential Learning Project and its corresponding conference, to be held in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma in September.

TEL Library, a non-profit educational organization, recently announced the launch of its new Experiential Learning Project, which is designed to expand teaching and learning efforts both online and through blended courses. Partnering with a diverse group of schools, instructors, and students, TEL is working to create affordable, open-source, online education that promotes learner agency and leads to mastery in general education.

As part of this exciting new project, TEL’s one-day Experiential Learning Conference is free to registrants and will allow attendees to explore the benefits and challenges associated with experiential learning. In addition to panel discussions with teachers and organizational learners involved in experiential learning projects, the event will also have hands-on experiential sessions and presentations.

Learn more about the Experiential Learning Project here and register for the conference here.

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