Complete a survey to share your thoughts on co-learning with the Clinical and Translational Science Collaborative

The Co-Learning Team of the Clinical and Translational Science Collaborative (CTSC) Community and Stakeholder Engagement module is surveying CTSC membership and other Case Western Reserve University stakeholders to tailor offerings to the community’s needs.

Co-learning is an approach in which people can come together in a space that values different ways of knowing and sharing knowledge across the group in an environment of trust. Co-learning activities for the CTSC will focus on community engagement and will engage CTSC members, learners and community members to share knowledge and make meaning.

Members of the community are invited to take this five-minute Co-Learning Needs Assessment survey to share their thoughts about potential topics and formats for CTSC co-learning experiences.

Complete the survey. Responses are requested by Wednesday, Jan. 24. 

Those with questions can reach out to Darerian Schueller at or Jacqueline Dolata at