The Integrative Knowledge Collaborative,  (IKC) is a group of educators and scholars dedicated to creating new forms of knowledge by advancing lifelong, authentic, and integrative learning and leadership development in higher education. The collaborative creates, shares, tests and refines innovative practices in teaching, learning and assessment and utilizes ePortfolios to foster the integration of different types of knowledge. Initial funding for IKC is being provided by the Fund for the Improvement of Postsecondary Education (U.S. Dept of Ed) and is led by the University of Michigan.

Collaborative Leaders 
  • Binghampton University - Myra Sabir
  • Clemson University - Gail Ring
  • Cornell University - A.T. Miller
  • DePaul University - Liliana Zucker (School of Education), Caryn Chaden & Peggy Burke (Academic & Student Affairs)
  • Northeastern University - Nancy Pawlyshyn
  • Oberlin College - Steven Volk
  • Portland State University - Judy Patton & Candyce Reynolds
  • Smith College - Jessica Bacal 
  • University of Michigan Ann Arbor - Melissa Peet (FIPSE Project Director)  
  • University of Michigan- Dearborn - Laura Reynolds-Keefer (FIPSE Grant Evaluator)
Collaborative Partners
  • Higher Education Research Institute at UCLA - Sylvia Hurtado
  • Digication - Jeffrey Yan
  • American Association of Colleges and Universities - Terrel Rhodes 

Project Updates

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