Studying Engaged Learning

In addition to fostering investigations of high-impact practices and engaged learning and hosting multi-institutional research and practice-based initiatives, conferences, and seminars, the Center for Engaged Learning shares strategies for studying engaged learning. Our series includes the following resources:


As we’ve worked with authors and editors in both Center for Engaged Learning book series, we’ve identified frequently asked questions about publishing books. This post offers a general overview of the process.

What’s the process for publishing a (SoTL) book?

by Jessie L. Moore The Center for Engaged Learning produces two book series on engaged learning and teaching – one in partnership with Stylus Publishing and one that’s open access and supports books that experiment with genre or medium in …


2020 Conference on Engaged Learning – Call for Proposals

June 21-22, 2020 | Elon University, North Carolina The annual Conference on Engaged Learning showcases cutting-edge research on engaged learning. Each annual conference features multi-institutional research from a specific Center for Engaged Learning research seminar, invites research updates from past seminar …


we recommend examining the illusions that maintain traditional academic scholarship (often distanced and privileging of particular forms of data) as the premier form of writing about teaching.

Legitimating Reflective Writing in SoTL

by Sophia Abbot When I first began working in higher education, I would ask students and faculty I worked with to reflect on transformative learning moments, how they felt about particular classroom experiences, or how they’d grown and changed over …


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