Attend the next orga­ni­za­tional meet­ing on April 28, 2015

Join us for our NEW SPEAKER SERIES once a month (3:30–5:00 PM)!

The Infor­mal Learn­ing Net­work at Michi­gan State Uni­ver­sity brings together fac­ulty mem­bers, aca­d­e­mic spe­cial­ists, staff mem­bers, and stu­dents whose teach­ing, research, and out­reach inter­ests include infor­mal edu­ca­tion.  Infor­mal learn­ing (also called free-choice or out of school learn­ing) is learn­ing that takes place out­side of class­rooms and pre­scribed ped­a­go­gies.  Infor­mal learn­ing can hap­pen in any dis­ci­pline and in many dif­fer­ent kinds of settings.

If your work includes infor­mal edu­ca­tion in some way, join us!  Being part of the ILN-MSU means many things, including

  • Cre­at­ing con­nec­tions with oth­ers who share your com­mit­ment to improv­ing learn­ing in out-of-classroom settings
  • List­ing your name as an affil­i­ate and infor­ma­tion about your work on the ILN-MSU website
  • Shar­ing infor­ma­tion, ideas, and resources
  • Attend­ing spe­cial events focused on infor­mal learning
  • Help­ing enhance the vis­i­bil­ity of infor­mal learn­ing efforts across campus

Join today! There is no cost to join.

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