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ISSOTL 2016 Elections - Candidate Bios and Statements

Before participating in this year's ISSOTL elections, please view the body of this post, which includes bios and personal statements for each of the candidates listed below: 

United States Vice President Candidates:
                A. Stephen Bloch-Schulman, Elon University
                B. Aimee Knupsky, Allegheny College
                C. Jessie Moore, Elon University
                D. Lauren Scharff, U.S. Air Force Academy

Asia Pacific Vice President Candidates:
                A. Chng Huang Hoon, National University of Singapore
                B. Kelly Matthews, University of Queensland
                C. Robyn Nash, Queensland Institute of Technology

Europe Vice President Candidate:
                A. Idoia Fernández, University of the Basque Country, UPV/EHU (Spanish State)

Canada Vice President Candidate:
                A. Heather Smith, University of Northern British Columbia

President Elect Candidates:
                A. Co-Presidents Elect Katarina Mårtensson & Beth Marquis, Lund and McMaster Universities

Treasurer Elect Candidate:
                A. Sarah Bunnell, Ohio Wesleyan University

Student Representative Candidate:
                A. Aaron Long, University of Kansas

ISSOTL Distinguished Service Awards 2016

Each year, the ISSOTL Board organizes a public call for nominations for the Distinguished Service Award (DSA). This award is aimed at ISSOTL members who have served the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in distinguished ways for a period spanning a significant part of their career as faculty or leaders in higher education.  The Board may make up to two such awards per year.

New SoTL E-journal in Art History

Last year, Art History Teaching Resources (AHTR), a peer-populated open educational resource, began research and development on Art History Pedagogy and Practice (AHPP), a new online, open-access, and peer-reviewed journal launching in fall 2016. Devoted to the scholarship of teaching and learning in art history (SoTL-AH), and funded by the Samuel H. Kress Foundation, this project developed in response to two key issues: first, the recognition that art historians need opportunities to share rigorous pedagogical research produced in the field; and second, the reality that teaching in the discipline has historically been undervalued in both economic and scholarly terms.  

ISSOTL 2016 Call for Proposals

We're excited to announce that the ISSOTL 2016 Call for Proposals is available. ISSOTL 2016 will convene October 12-15, 2016, in Los Angeles, California. Bookmark the conference webpages, follow the conference hosts on twitter, and like the conference facebook page for updates.

Report from the ISSOTL Publications Advisory Committee (PAC)

The last few months have seen the fruition of two years of planning, extensive member input, and much discussion, culminating in the launch of Teaching & Learning Inquiry (TLI) in its new Open Access format and new home at the University of Calgary.

Teaching & Learning Inquiry Volume 4 Number 1 is Available

The latest issue of Teaching & Learning Inquiry - the first new issue since TLI moved to open-access - is now available. See the Table of Contents for a full list of the issue's exciting articles. Thank you Nancy Chick, Gary Poole, and members of the Publications Committee for moving the journal in this exciting, new direction.

Update from the Students as Co-Inquirers SIG

by Kelly Matthews and Shevell Thibou

Lovely to see folks in Melbourne for the 2015 ISSOTL Conference. New chairs were selected at the Students as Co-Inquirers Special Interest Group (SIG) meeting. As those new co-chairs, we would like to introduce ourselves.

Teaching Ideas Competition Award

The Mass Communication & Society Division of the Association for Education of Journalism & Mass Communication is offering an award that is grounded in the Study of Teaching and Learning. The call for entries is posted here: http://aejmc.us/mcs/awards/teaching-awards/teaching-ideas-competition/

Award entries are due on April 30.

Students as Co-inquirers SIG Has New Co-chairs!

By Carmen Werder

The ISSoTL Special Interest Group Students as Co-inquirers was launched in 2009 by Carmen Werder and Megan Otis from Western Washington University (WWU).  Its goal was to create a cross-disciplinary, international community of SOTL scholars dedicated to tapping into students’ expertise on teaching and learning, sharing promising practices for co-inquiry with students, exploring the many positive outcomes of this work, and amplifying student voices within the international society. 

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