Welcome to Week 2 of ISSOTL Online 2013: Student Voices in SoTL
This week’s resources and discussions focus on:
- Sharing models of student voices work, and
- Planning possible student-faculty partnerships.
We invite you to watch this week’s videos, explore the featured readings, participate in this week’s forum discussions, and join us for a live chat with Alison Cook-Sather and Hayley Burke on Monday, September 16, 2013, at 10:30 AM U.S. EDT/ 14:30 UTC.
Week 2 Videos
Teaching and Learning Initiative at Bryn Mawr College: Students and faculty at Bryn Mawr College describe their experiences collaborating on Teaching and Learning Initiative student voice projects. The video features Sophia Abbot, Roselyn Appenteng, James Battat, Hayley Burke, Alison Cook-Sather, Huipu Li, David Ross, and Alicia Walker.
Student Voices Projects at Elon University: Stephen Bloch-Schulman, Peter Felten, Katie King, Ketevan Kupatadze, and Desiree Porter describe student voices projects at Elon University.
Teaching-Learning Academy at Western Washington University: Carmen Werder and Kara Yanagida describe student voices projects supported by the Teaching-Learning Academy at Western Washington University.
Featured Readings For Week 2
This week our featured readings introduce models of student voices projects:
- The inaugural Fall 2010 issue of Teaching and Learning Together in Higher Education
- Sandover, S., Partridge, L., Dunne, E. & Burkill, S. (Fall 2012). Undergraduate researchers change learning and teaching: A case study in Australia and the United Kingdom. CUR Quarterly, 33(1), 33-39.
- Want to read more? Click here for additional recommended readings.
Week 2 Discussions
Click here to participate in this week’s asynchronous forum discussions. Since participants will post and respond as their schedules allow, we encourage you to check back often to read new posts and continue the conversation. This week’s discussion topics focus on:
Week 2 Live Chat
Please join us for this week’s live chat with Alison Cook-Sather and Hayley Burke on Monday, September 16, 2013, at 10:30 AM U.S. EDT/ 14:30 UTC. Registered participants will receive an email on September 15th with a link to the live chat. (Registration is free; simply click “register for access” on the home page.) | Missed the Live Chat? Access the recording here.
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