LEAP Campus Toolkit

Resources and Models for Innovation

Overview

The LEAP Campus Toolkit is an interactive library for campus practitioners and other educators to access concise, useful research narratives, examples of campus work, and assessment instruments. Users are able to comment on and discuss the content, share the most actionable resources with colleagues, and submit your own examples to be shared in the Toolkit.

The Toolkit content is curated by AAC&U, but it relies on engagement and innovation from you, the practitioner. Please browse the library of resources, and consider whether you have excellent examples to share with your colleagues, as well.

This site has been developed by the Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U) as a project of Liberal Education and America’s Promise (LEAP). A public advocacy, campus action, and research initiative, LEAP provides a voice and a vision for twenty-first-century liberal education.

Learn more about the LEAP initiative by visiting LEAP 101.

About AAC&U
AAC&U is the leading national association concerned with the quality, vitality, and public standing of undergraduate liberal education. Its members are committed to extending the advantages of a liberal education to all students, regardless of academic specialization or intended career. Founded in 1915, AAC&U now comprises more than 1,300 member institutions—including accredited public and private colleges, community colleges, and universities of every type and size. For more about AAC&U’s projects, meetings, publications, and vision, please visit www.aacu.org.

About the Funders

Carnegie Corporation of New York is a philanthropic foundation created by Andrew Carnegie in 1911 to do “real and permanent good in this world.” Learn more at www.carnegie.org.

Lumina Foundation for Education is an Indianapolis-based private foundation dedicated to expanding access to and success in education beyond high school. Learn more at www.luminafoundation.org.

MetLife Foundation supports education, health, civic and cultural organizations. In education, it seeks to strengthen public schools through effective teaching and leadership, and to prepare students for access to and success in higher education, particularly the crucial first year. The Foundation’s grantmaking is informed by findings from the annual MetLife Survey of the American Teacher. Learn more at www.metlife.org.

Acknowledgments

This site was created by AAC&U with outstanding design and development guidance from Re-Vision Labs. Coding, testing, and production development was performed by the wizards at Vigilanteweb, LLC. Certain design elements are used courtesy of The Noun Project under Creative Commons-Attribution license.

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