Other Guides to SOTL

The following SOTL guides have been developed by professional organizations and teaching centers at other institutions:

"The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning" (Vanderbilt University)

"Tools and Tips for Teaching and Learning (SoTL)" (Penn State University)

"Gathering SOTL Evidence" (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee)

"A Tutorial on SOTL" (ISSOTL)

"Getting SoTL Articles Published- A Few Tips" (Illinois State University)


SOTL Fellowships and Grants

The following are fellowships and grants from external sources that support course development and the scholarship of teaching and learning.

Please note that all proposals for external funding, including fellowships, should be submitted through the Office of Academic Development. Also note that funding for Stonehill faculty is also available from the Center for Teaching and Learning through the Instructional Development Grant program.

"Enduring Questions"
National Endowment for the Humanities
due September 15

"The Enduring Questions grant program supports a faculty member's development of a new course that will foster intellectual community through the study of an enduring question. This course will encourage undergraduate students and a teacher to grapple with a fundamental question addressed by the humanities, and to join together in a deep and sustained program of reading in order to encounter influential thinkers over the centuries and into the present day."

Teaching Development Fellowship
National Endowment for the Humanities
due October 1

"Teaching Development Fellowships (TDF) support college and university teachers pursuing research aimed specifically at improving their undergraduate teaching. The program has three broad goals: 1) to improve the quality of humanities education in the United States; 2) to strengthen the link between research and teaching in the humanities; and 3) to foster excellence in undergraduate instruction"

Faculty Enrichment Program (Course Development)
Embassy of Canada
due December 1

"The Faculty Enrichment Program (Course Development) provides faculty members an opportunity to develop or update a course(s) with substantial Canadian content that will be offered as part of their regular teaching load."