Experiential Learning Center

Welcome to the Experiential Learning Center where Marshall Students practice critical management skills in a safe and risk-free environment.

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More than a game

The ELC activities engage students in simulations that teach critical management and team skills.

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It is all about the process

Tinker toys are used to simulate tasks, while faculty and trainers work together to emphasize the “process”.

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Students as executives

The ELC Team conducts role plays to simulate work situations so students learn effective problem solving in a realistic setting.

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Immediate feedback

The learner-centered nature of ELC activities encourages student participation.

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Marshall’s Experiential Learning Center (ELC) promotes learning through active and engaging exercises. At this unique facility, students become drivers of their own learning, participating in “business-like” scenarios on topics that include group decision-making, problem solving, making presentations, and taking part in business negotiations. Students learn by doing and receive immediate feedback by reviewing their video recorded behaviors. This interactive learning style helps students internalize key concepts and reflect on their own actions and their implications.