Track

Non-Research Proposal / About SoTL

Abstract

Last year, Trent Maurer encouraged conference attendees to “give voice to SoTL”—to stand up and speak out for this oft-misunderstood/ignored work. Online, open-access academic journals can help fill that void by promoting SoTL, but pedagogy-centric journals risk becoming repositories of single-use assignment ideas or lesson plans.

By taking an specific ideological stance—in support of Critical Digital Pedagogy in the spirit of Paolo Friere and bell hooks—Hybrid Pedagogy addresses this risk by build community and advocate for students. This presentation addresses how the deliberate perspective helps advocate for students; build a community of learners; and publish focused, meaningful SoTL.

Session Format

Presentation Session

Location

Room 3

Publication Type and Release Option

Presentation (Open Access)

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Mar 30th, 4:00 PM Mar 30th, 4:45 PM

“We’re Not Ideologically Neutral”: Using Open-Access Journals for Community/Advocacy

Room 3

Last year, Trent Maurer encouraged conference attendees to “give voice to SoTL”—to stand up and speak out for this oft-misunderstood/ignored work. Online, open-access academic journals can help fill that void by promoting SoTL, but pedagogy-centric journals risk becoming repositories of single-use assignment ideas or lesson plans.

By taking an specific ideological stance—in support of Critical Digital Pedagogy in the spirit of Paolo Friere and bell hooks—Hybrid Pedagogy addresses this risk by build community and advocate for students. This presentation addresses how the deliberate perspective helps advocate for students; build a community of learners; and publish focused, meaningful SoTL.