There are some truly great resources available to support faculty in their exploration of scholarship of teaching and learning principles and approaches.

This module borrows from ideas, concepts, and information presented on many of the sites listed below.

Bender, E., & Gray, D. (1999, April). The scholarship of teaching. Research & Creative Activity, 22(1).

Retrieved from

Designing Your SoTL Project

Elgie, S., Childs, R., Fenton, N., Levy, B. A., Lopes, V., E., Szala-Meneok, K., & Wiggers, R. D. (2012).

Researching Teaching and Student Outcomes in Postsecondary Education: A Guide. Toronto: Higher Education

Quality Council of Ontario. Retrieved from /Pages/


University of Guelph: Engaging in SoTL. Retrieved from

Western University. (n.d.). Resources for Preparing your Research Proposal. Retrieved from


Useful SoTL Sites at Universities

Introduction to SoTL. (n.d.). Grand Canyon University, Center for Innovation in Research and Teaching.

Retrieved from

Chick, N. (n.d.). A Scholarly Approach to Teaching. Vanderbilt University Center for Teaching. Retrieved from

Dorothy H. Hoover Library. (2016). LibGuides: Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Resources: About SoTL.

Retrieved from

Michigan State University. (n.d.). Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL). Academic Advancement

Network (AAN). Retrieved from

University of Central Florida. (n.d.). What is the Scholarship of Teaching & Learning (SoTL)? Retrieved from

Practicing the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning. (2017). University of Washington, Center for Teaching

and Learning. Retrieved from


Tools for SoTL Research Planning

University of British Columbia – SoTL Explorer. Retrieved from

University of Central Florida – Designing and Beginning. Getting Started: A Worksheet.