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The scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL) is more than using effective or innovative teaching methods in the classroom, commonly called scholarly teaching. It involves inquiry into teaching, engagement, feedback, and reflection on teaching and learning. It also includes contributing to the literature so others can review, critique and build on the work.
Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SOTL) Studies
Carnegie Foundation Gallery of Teaching and Learning
Teaching tools and research on teaching and learning from participants of Carnegie Foundation programs and partners.
A large OER and learning materials site linking to various types of materials including textbooks, simulations, assessment tools, tutorials, quizzes, and more. Use advanced search for more precise retrieval. After executing a search, the same search can be repeated in a search engine or in other collections. Users can create and contribute material.
Assessment is a key part of SoTL in that "it is a process in which those responsible for student learning on campus collect, analyze and use information about student learning to improve it" (paraphrased from a talk by Robert Mundhenk in 2011 at Making a Difference in Student Learning: A Toolbox for Success, Auraria Campus, April 1, 2011).