Author Archives: jmilleryoung

Mark your calendars! SoTL presentations at the #STLHE17 conference, June 20-23 in Halifax

The STLHE program is up and there are many interesting SoTL presentations we’d like to bring to your attention! For the purposes of this post we are defining a SoTL presentation as one that presents results from some kind of inquiry into … Continue reading

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for discussion: Institutional ethics review policies and SoTL

Hello STLHE members. There appears to be a number of institutions that are in the process of implementing some changes to their ethics review policy for SoTL research and I wondered if other institutions have made similar revisions. If anyone … Continue reading

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SoTL Canada report, October 2016

  For your information, below, please find SoTL Canada’s October 2016 report to the STLHE Board, submitted by Janice Miller-Young, SoTL Canada Chair.  The report is submitted bi-annually. Governance   SoTL Canada AGM We hosted our annual AGM in June … Continue reading

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Call for SoTL Canada exec candidates / Appel de candidatures pour l’exécutif SoTL Canada

La version française suit Dear SoTL Canada Colleagues, It is election time for the SoTL Canada Executive and three positions are open: 1.   Chair 2.   Treasurer 3.   Advisor on Student Engagement Each position’s term of office is two years, with … Continue reading

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SoTL in the South (as in South Africa) call for proposals

Conference: SOTL in the South Announcement and First Call for Papers Date: 24 – 27 July 2017 Venue: University of Johannesburg, Soweto Campus The University of Johannesburg, in collaboration with colleagues at other South African universities, including UWC, CPUT and … Continue reading

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Using the Micro-Meso-Macro-Mega (4M) framework for annual reporting and strategic planning

Scholars and advocates for SoTL have suggested that SoTL must be “woven into the fabric of our institutions,” not “individuals operating in isolation” (Williams et al. 2013, p. 50). To illustrate this, Williams et al. developed a multi-level, social network … Continue reading

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Reflections on a Special Issue:  Arts and Humanities SoTL

posted on behalf of Brad Wuetherick, Executive Director, Learning and Teaching Office of the Provost and VP Academic, and Center for Learning and Teaching Dalhousie University It has now been over a year since the CJSOTL special issue “SoTL Through … Continue reading

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