In August 2014 the Center for Engaged Learning hosted a think tank on Arts & Humanities and the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL). Participants focused on examining what Arts & Humanities methodologies contribute to SoTL inquiry, but in the video interviews below, they also describe characteristics of Art& Humanities SoTL, share examples of Arts & Humanities SoTL projects, and discuss what they would like fellow Arts & Humanities faculty to know about SoTL.

Arts & Humanities and the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

What characterizes the scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL) in the arts and humanities?

Arts & Humanities Methodologies for SoTL

What methodologies do the Arts & Humanities (A&H) bring to the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL), and how might A&H methodologies extend understandings of teaching and learning?

What Faculty in the Arts & Humanities Should Know about SoTL

Arts & Humanities SoTL Example – Undergraduate Research

Arts & Humanities SoTL Example – Complexity in Literary Texts

Arts & Humanities SoTL Example – Increasing the Number of Women in Philosophy

Think tank participants included Stephen Bloch-Schulman (Elon University), Nancy Chick (Vanderbilt University), Susan Conkling (Boston University), Sherry Linkon (Georgetown University), Karen Manarin (Mount Royal University), and Kathleen Perkins (Columbia College – Chicago)