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Data-Driven Reflection on Teaching

60-Second SoTL – Episode 5 This week’s episode features an open-access article from the International Journal for Academic Development, examining how graphical representations of classroom practices can help instructors reflect on their teaching: Wood, Anna K., Hazel Christie, Jill R….

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Institutional Diversity Messaging in Higher Education

60-Second SoTL – Episode 4 This week’s episode features an open-access article from Teaching and Learning Inquiry on institutional messaging about diversity, inclusion, and equity in higher education. The featured project offers a great example of student-as-partners in scholarship of teaching and…

A student and a faculty stand in a classroom talking near an open laptop. "In WIL, it is important to recognize risk as a confounding variable that may be a contributing factor to stakeholder perceptions."

Assessing Risk in Work-Integrated Learning

What is WIL (Work-Integrated Learning)? Work-integrated learning (WIL) refers to student-centered internships, co-ops, field placements, and other experiences that connect classroom learning with real work experience, fostering personal and professional skills that are beneficial for career exploration and development. Though…

A large atrium with many windows, filled with students. A male student sits in the foreground, he wears an Elon sweatshirt and is looking down at a laptop."Creating interactive, inclusive content to engage students as they scroll through media feeds is vital to engage students and facilitate social connections."

Using Social Media to Support Student Peer Relationships

As academics from a large, modern UK university (Claire) and a medium-sized public US university (Mimi), we have been working with the Center for Engaged Learning as attendees in the (Re)Examining Meaningful Learning Experiences research seminar series for the last…

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Limed: Teaching with a Twist Trailer

Limed: Teaching with a Twist is a podcast that plays with pedagogy. Each episode features the voices and ideas of diverse faculty, staff, and students who workshop our guest’s real challenges and opportunities for their classrooms. The show is produced in…

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Designing Learner-Centered Syllabi

60-Second SoTL – Episode 1 This week’s episode explores how syllabus design can impact students’ motivation and their perceptions of the course and instructor. The episode features two recent publications from the open-access International Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching…