Documentation:CTLT programs/SoTL Community of Practice
The SoTL Community of Practice
The SoTL Community of Practice (CoP) launched in spring 2013 as a way to engage and connect those interested in taking a scholarly approach to teaching and learning at UBC. The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL), as defined collectively by the International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, is "scholarly inquiry into student learning which advances the practice of teaching by making research findings public." The SoTL Community of Practice provides a venue for those engaging in SoTL across all academic disciplines to share their work, learn from the approaches of others, and engage with current SoTL research.
Meeting topics and structure are decided at community meetings taking into account member interests, emerging trends in teaching and learning, and UBC priorities. The SoTL CoP is open to all members of the teaching and learning community involved and/or interested in the scholarship of teaching and learning.
- To view upcoming events, visit the CTLT Events website.
- For more information about the Institute for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (ISoTL), visit the ISoTL page.
- To receive emails with upcoming events, meeting minutes, and SoTL resources, email email@example.com with 'Add to SoTL CoP' in the subject.
The Current SoTL Community of Practice Facilitators are:
Silvia Bartolic: Instructor 1, Department of Sociology,
Christina Hendricks: Professor of Teaching Philosophy and Arts One,