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The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) (Michigan State office of Faculty & Organizational Development)

  • The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning promotes teaching as a scholarly endeavor and a worthy subject for research, producing a public body of knowledge open to critique and evaluation. Its intent is not only to improve teaching but to create a community of “scholarly teachers” who add to the body of knowledge about teaching and learning as well as benefiting from the SoTL research of others. This section provides links to introductory information, articles, examples, journals, conferences, associations, and other resources dedicated to SoTL. Faculty members new to SoTL and those who are already engaged in SoTL activities will find useful information in this compilation.

International Institute for Christian Studies

  • Provides teaching opportunities in secular universities around the world.

The Carnegie Academy for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

  • (CASTL) - Builds on a conception of teaching as scholarly work.

Navigating the Web of Discourse on the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning: an Annotated Webliography

  • Developed by the Association of College & Research Libraries, this site aims to facilitate access to Web-based information on the scholarship of teaching and learning.

  • is produced by Technology & Learning Magazine, with contributions from hundreds of K-12 teachers, administrators & other experts in the field.

The National Teaching & Learning Forum

  • The National Teaching and Learning Forum is a periodical devoted to discussion of teaching and learning in higher education.


  • Deliberations is an international website on issues of learning and teaching for the higher education community.

Wabash Center's Guide to Internet Resources for Teaching and Learning in Religion and Theology

  • A selective, annotated guide to a wide variety of electronic resources of interest to those who are involved in the study and practice of religion: syllabi, electronic texts, electronic journals, websites, bibliographies, listserv discussion groups, liturgies, reference resources, software, etc. The purpose of the Guide is to encourage and facilitate the incorporation of electronic resources into teaching.

Online Teaching and Learning Resources

  • Resources provided by the NEA.