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The Value of SoTL: Reflections on ‘Becoming’ an Early Career (Teaching) Academic

Doctoral education can be considered an ‘apprenticeship’ (Park, 2015); where a new generation of practitioners (doctoral students) engage in on-the-job training (research and teaching) to become sufficiently adept at a profession (academia). In the first year of my doctoral studies (early 2010s), I remember attending a talk about ‘becoming an academic’, where we were told the […]

Chemis-tree

Follow this link to the original h5p page and for the transcript of the content or click on the image below for all the interactive elements included in it. ChemisTREE of SoTL (Dr Linnea Soler) by linnea.soler on Genially If you have never used an interactive image before the little icon in the top right […]

Open Access for SOTL

This blogpost is a brief summary of open access and the procedure for achieving open access at the University of Glasgow. If you would like more detailed information on open access, it is available on our webpages https://www.gla.ac.uk/myglasgow/openaccess/ and also in this short video: https://www.gla.ac.uk/myglasgow/openaccess/whatisopenaccess/  Open Access is the principle that a research output should be presented […]

About this Blog

This is the community blog for everyone at the University of Glasgow who is interested in learning about, participating in, or leading in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL). You will also find ongoing activities under the #UofGSoTL hashtag on Twitter. Colleagues are encouraged to share their thoughts, introduce their SoTL work and interests, […]