How can the lessons faculty gain through inquiry and innovation in particular classrooms and programs be of use to colleagues teaching elsewhere? Can the scholarship of teaching and learning really travel, in the sense not only of leaving home (through conversation, presentation, or publication) but also of arriving at some destination (through being heard, read, interpreted, used by someone else)? And if so, what travels (pedagogical ideas, methods of study, general inspiration)? How far (between faculty in different disciplinary, institutional, or national contexts)? And what happens to it when it gets there (how do faculty adapt the ideas for their own use)?
Huber, Mary T.
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Available at: https://doi.org/10.20429/ijsotl.2009.030202
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