Fostering the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning through Faculty Learning Communities

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Learn how you can grow faculty research through your existing faculty learning communities.

If your institution has faculty learning communities (FLCs), you’re already creating teaching projects that introduce innovations in the classroom, such as experiential learning components or online components. However, have you ever considered moving these projects beyond your institutional boundaries — to peer-reviewed presentations or publications on teaching and learning?

Join us online to learn from a leader in the field how Miami University has used their faculty learning communities to grow the scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL). If you’re an institution with FLCs looking for easier ways to grow research, we’ll offer advice on how to grow your faculty into SoTL presenters in just one year.

Who Should Attend

Administrators, faculty, and faculty developers who want to grow SoTL research and already have faculty learning communities on campus should attend. Those from teaching institutions or two-year colleges may especially benefit.

This webcast will not teach you how to create a faculty learning community.

Agenda

Milton Cox will give you advice on how to grow SoTL research through your FLCs by discussing the following:

  1. What you need to start using your FLCs to generate SoTL
  2. How the model results in peer-reviewed publications and presentations
  3. How to get started on your campus

Instructor

Milton Cox, Ph.D.

Editor-in-Chief, Journal on Excellence in College Teaching, Center for Teaching Excellence, Miami University

At Miami University, Milton D. Cox founded the Center for the Enhancement of Learning and Teaching where he also initiated and continues to direct the annual Original Lilly Conference on College Teaching. He is also founder and Editor-in-Chief of the Journal on Excellence in College Teaching and the Learning Communities Journal. Milt and his colleagues designed and implemented faculty learning communities (FLCs) in 1979. He facilitates the Hesburgh Award-winning Teaching Scholars Faculty Learning Community. Read Milton’s full bio here.

 

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