The SoTL Advocate

Supporting efforts to make public the reflection and study of teaching and learning at Illinois State University and beyond…

Spring Break & Call for Contributors

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There will be no SoTL Advocate post this week, as it’s time to enjoy a mid-term break!

While away, we would invite you to consider submitting a post for this blog. Ideas might include — but certainly aren’t limited to:

  • a report of a SoTL project that discusses preliminary/pilot/final data
  • ideas for a new SoTL project
  • reflection on involvement in SoTL as a researcher, mentor, or student
  • literature review that leads to application of extant SoTL research
  • directions for SoTL in the future
  • examples of cross-disciplinary or cross-institutional SoTL advocacy, research, or activity
  • visual representation of SoTL (e.g., documentary)
  • resources for others to use in terms of SoTL advocacy and/or outreach
  • tips for fellow SoTL researchers
  • information re: SoTL in individual disciplines

Blogs (or questions about authoring a blog) should be submitted to Jen Friberg (jfribe@ilstu.edu) and should adhere to the following guidelines:

  1. Blogs should be 750-100 words in length.
  2. Blogs are subject to editor review prior to acceptance for publication.
  3. The voice of the blog is up to its author. Feel free to write formally or conversationally, whatever best matches the blog topic.
  4. Blogs can include visuals. Provide a reference if image is not open-sourced or author-owned.
  5. If appropriate, please include a reference list for any citations in your blog. A suggested reading list is appropriate, as well.
  6. All blogs should include author affiliation and contact info (e.g., email address)
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