The ISSOTL18 conference theme, Toward a learning culture, opens a space for discussions about the collegial, cultural, interprofessional and interpersonal dimensions of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning:
Terje Mørland has been the Director General for NOKUT (the Norwegian Agency for Quality Assurance in Education) since December 2008.
How Norway went SoTL
Elizabeth Minnich is an educator and philosopher who works at the intersection of moral, educational, and political issues.
People who are not thinking are capable of anything: What are students learning, how are students learning it, and does it make them better people
Renuka Vithal is a former Deputy Vice-Chancellor: Teaching and Learning, Dean of Education and Professor of Mathematics Education of the University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
Institutional leadership reflections for developing a Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in institutional culture
Torgny Roxå is an Associate professor at Lund University, Faculty of Engineering. He has 30 years of experience in academic development with a focus on developing quality cultures in higher education organisations.
A learning culture – more about how than about what.
The SoTL Commons: Cultivating a SoTL Culture on Your Campus and Beyond
Presented by: Smentkowski, Cruz, Gurm
Using self-determination theory (SDT) to inform professional development, understand why active learning works, and foster the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL)
Presented by: Levesque-Bristol, Jeno, Vandvik
Get started with SOTL
Presented by: Webb, Hamilton
Innovative methodological approaches to SOTL
Presented by: Bloch-Schulman, Felten, Geertsema, Grant, Smith
Writing for Publication in SOTL
Presented by: Healey, Matthews
International perspectives on engaging students in SoTL
Presented by: Mercer-Mapstone, Ostrowski, Taylor, Abbot