This month we’re taking a look back at some of the Center for Engaged Learning’s most watched videos in 2014 and pairing them with some you might have missed.
Produced for the ISSOTL Online 2013 series on Student Voices in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, the video Why Integrate Student Voices in SoTL had 215 views in 2014. Randy Bass (Georgetown University); Sophia Abbot, Hayley Burke, Huipu Li, Roselyn Appenteng, Alicia Walker, and Alison Cook-Sather (all of Bryn Mawr College); Mick Healey (Higher Education Consultant and Researcher); and Carmen Werder and Kara Yanagida (Western Washington University) discuss the benefits of integrating student voices into scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL) projects.

You may have missed Best Practices for Integrating Student Voices in SoTL, in which Sophia Abbot, Roselyn Appenteng, Hayley Burke, Alison Cook-Sather, Mick Healey, Huipu Li, Alicia Walker, Carmen Werder, and Kara Yanagida share tips and best practices for student-faculty partnerships in the scholarship of teaching and learning.

Check back next week for another video pairing, and view all the Center’s videos on our YouTube channel.

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