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SoTL Collaborative

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Presentation: 2011 Centennial Symposium on Scholarship of Teaching and Learning http://isotlsymposium.mtroyal.ca/

Presentation: 2011 Centennial Symposium on Scholarship of Teaching and Learning http://isotlsymposium.mtroyal.ca/

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  • 1. The SoTL Collaborative: Connecting Researchers Gary Hunt Thompson Rivers University Sylvia Currie BCcampus Peter Arthur UBC Okanagan Heather Hurren UBC Okanagan Janine Hirtz UBC Okanagan
  • 2. Session Goals
    • To explain our website development project
    • To have participants discuss how the website could be of most value to SoTL researchers
    • To summarize participant feedback that will be communicated to the project team.
  • 3. Outline
    • Explain the website design process and goals
    • Small group discussion
    • Summary discussion
  • 4. The design process has four themes
  • 5. Search
    • For ideas, topics people have proposed
    • Research groups
    • Publications
    • People
    • Momentum: get inspired to post ideas, get feedback, create a project group
  • 6. Connect
    • Post and receive feedback on ideas for a project
    • Build a network of potential collaborators
    • Submit a request for collaboration
    • Request workbench group space
    • Momentum: Launch a new project or find an existing project to join or follow
  • 7. Collaborate
    • Form research working groups
    • Set goals and milestones
    • Co-author documents and presentations
    • Post research reports in progress
    • Complete research projects
    • Momentum: Work to complete research and report writing
  • 8. Publish
    • Interim and completed reports
    • Disseminate results
    • Momentum: Make your group’s research reports available for feedback
  • 9.
    • Small Group Discussion
    • On the form provided, please answer the following questions, then discuss with your group.
    • Given your planned or current work in SoTL research, which parts of the website would you consider using?
    • Which parts would you probably not use? Please explain why.
  • 10. SoTL Collaborative development happening here: ltc.bccampus.ca/sotl

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