This study offers an investigation of three graduate-level SoTL programs offered since 2007 at a mid-size, highly selective, private, research-intensive university in the southeastern United States. We identify patterns in these early experiences with the scholarship of teaching and learning, specifically the choices made while carrying out their first SoTL projects and their perceptions of the impact of the program. We analyzed 72 project posters and 39 impact survey responses. Drawn from the rich particularities of a single institution, this study offers insight into novice SoTL work and recommendations for developing introductory SoTL programs on other campuses.
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Chick, Nancy L. and Brame, Cynthia
"An Investigation of the Products and Impact of Graduate Student SoTL Programs: Observations and Recommendations from a Single Institution,"
International Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning:
1, Article 3.
Available at: https://doi.org/10.20429/ijsotl.2015.090103