Support for Faculty and Colleges



Academic courses with paid, major- or career-related, progressively responsible real-world experience over multiple semesters. Methods are 1) alternating semesters of full-time experience with full-time classes and 2) part-time experience with flexible hours, concurrent with classes. Courses are non-credit or credit depending on a student’s academic program.


An academic course provides one semester of paid or unpaid, major- or career-related real-world experience. Credit is available depending on a student’s academic program.


Incorporated into classes with an SL designation, the service experience is used as a means to help students learn course content and gain an appreciation for civic engagement and service to the community.

Additional Options:

Practica, clinical practice, college department internships, senior design projects, cornerstone/capstone courses, research, and student abroad opportunities are available in college departments.

Experiential Learning ObojoboNext Modules

Experiential Learning created the following three learning modules to help students develop professional skills and navigate internship experiences to get the most out of the professional opportunity.

To view and adopt the following learning modules, log in to your Obojobo account at Obojobo™ Next – Next Generation Course Content for your LMS ( and search for the modules.

See the directions for adopting the module for your web course.

  • EL – Making Ethical Decisions: learning objectives are
    • to identify rules of conduct and behavior standards based on professional ethics principles
    • discuss ethical dilemmas and the difference between theory and practice
    • to learn about strategies for decision-making while gaining personal insight into your ethical values

For directions on adopting this module for your web course, see the directions.  

  • EL – Working in Effective Teams: students will be able to learn the following from this module
    • analyze the roles played by members of a team
    • assess personal role preferences within a team, and how to use your strengths to adapt to others
    • discover how effective teams accomplish goals

To adopt this module for your web course, see the directions.

For a detailed explanation of how to enable, copy and Embed an Obojobo Next learning module in your web course, please see the YouTube video tutorial.

For any questions regarding these modules, please contact Chinyen Chuo