Get to know your community better. Studying the people and the environment in the place where you live has numerous benefits.
- A local scale inquiry builds on experience and insights that you are already accumulating through your everyday lived experiences.
- You can take advantage of opportunities for experiential learning and develop your skills through direct observation and interaction.
- You can connect learning to civic action and find ways to contribute to your community based on what you are learning.
These are two tools designed to help you access, collect, and learn from information about your local area. These can help you better understand the place where you live and study. They can also help you find ways to connect with and contribute to your community.