Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) - Case studies

Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) - Case studies

This section provides detail of case studies showing examples of how some practitioners have engaged with SoTL.  All the case studies have used the Glassick, Huber & Maeroff (1997) proposed six assessment standards that should be considered to evaluate the extent to which work is scholarly.   You will see that each of the six assessment standards (clear goals; adequate preparation; appropriate methods; significant results; reflective critique; effective communication) are addressed in turn.  The SoTL output from the case studies has also been disseminated publicly and evaluated (peer reviewed), in order for the quality to be assured.

Please note that these case studies are not necessarily the only or best ways to engage with SoTL, but are included as examples of SoTL in practice.

 case study notopicauthor & affiliation
 1  peer feedback  Lorna Morrow, School of Psychology, University of Glasgow
 2  experimental design skills  Jane MacKenzie, Learning & Teaching Centre, University of Glasgow
 3  computer-assisted learning  Robert McKerlie, Dental School, University of Glasgow