What we offer
We are create opportunities and entry ways for faculty, instructors, staff, and students to engage in the scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL).
Benefits of partnering with TILT
The benefits of partnering with us include:
- individualized support for your teaching inquiry, including research and research dissemination needs
- just-in-time-access to SoTL-trained research assistants
- access to an SFU faculty teaching inquiry community of practice
- potential for research funding support
What can you expect to see?
- Individualized and responsive support for instructors along a continuum of teaching and learning inquiry and research needs, including access to SoTL-trained research assistants without having to be approved for a project.
- The TLDG program evolving into a more robust model of project support and development (SoTL 101 and SoTL 102), no matter the question or form of inquiry. All active TLDG projects will receive continued support.
- Research funding opportunities based on project needs.
- Increased capacity of support. Inquiry-research support that represents the diversity of skills, disciplines, capacities, and interests of our learning community while building on the principles of Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL):
- Clear and explicit focus on learning;
- Grounded in context;
- Sound methodology support;
- Including students as partners in our research; and
- Sharing our findings and inquiry
- More connection with SoTL researchers inside and outside of SFU
Current learning opportunities
- Sign up for our SoTL 101 course: Introduction to SoTL and Teaching & Learning Inquiry
- Once you have an understanding about what is SoTL, it’s time to put your own project together.
Sign up for SoTL 102: Formulating an Inquiry Project.
Not sure where to start?
Reach out to us: