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Special issue of CJSoTL: “SoTL within Canadian Contexts & Communities: The Collaborative Writing Group Initiative”

Hello SoTL Canada! We are pleased to announce the publication of “SoTL within Canadian Contexts & Communities: The Collaborative Writing Groups Initiative” a special issue of The Canadian Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (CJSoTL). The special issue … Continue reading

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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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SoTL Canada AGM and more STLHE 2017!

Hello SoTL Canada members and followers! Next week the STLHE 2017 annual conference takes place in Halifax, Nova Scotia at Dalhousie and St. Mary’s Universities. If you have yet to do so, be sure to download the SLTHE guidebook for … Continue reading

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Statistically speaking…

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By: Dr. Magdalen Normandeau – Magdalen is a physics instructor and coordinator of Teaching & Learning Services at the University of New Brunswick. She is an expert at opening cans of worms and exploring rabbit holes. Scholarship of Teaching and Learning is, … Continue reading

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What happens when you fail at SoTL?

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By: Dr. Jill Marie McSweeney, PhD  –  Educational Developer (Graduate Studies), Dalhousie University I began my journey into SoTL with an image of myself, a budding scholar in my new discipline of education, approaching my first lone expedition into the scholarship … 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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Exploring the space of SoTL projects

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By: Ido Roll (@hummus_monster), Andrea Han, Adriana Briseno-Garzon, and Sarah Perez SoTL frameworks are like toothbrushes.  Everyone has one but nobody wants to use someone else’s. The University of British Columbia (UBC) has a very active SoTL landscape, including a … Continue reading

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