- Academic Commons: A blog, online magazine, wiki, and forum for faculty, academic technologists, librarians, administrators, and other academic professionals interested in how creative uses of new technology and networked information support the current project of liberal education, and, perhaps more interestingly, how they force us to re-think what it means to be liberally educated.
- Center for Engaged Learning Videos: Presented by the Center for Engaged Learning at Elon University, the video series shared on this YouTube channel include the video series produced for ISSOTL Online 2013, an online conference held in conjunction with the ISSOTL 2013 conference in Raleigh, North Carolina. Other video series focus on a range of engaged learning and SoTL topics, including mentoring undergraduate research, arts & humanities SoTL, and student voices in SoTL.
- Improve with Metacognition: This blog and resources web site focuses on the process of learning academic materials and skills, with an emphasis on metacognition related to learning within the higher education environment. A second emphasis is the process of teaching, i.e. metacognitive instruction.
- Peer Review of Teaching Project: An international repository for course portfolios written by faculty who teach at postsecondary institutions. Housed by University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Archive a course portfolio on this site so it can be shared, used, and reviewed by other faculty. You're also encouraged to write a review for any of the course portfolios in the repository.
- The SoTL Advocate: This blog supports efforts to make public the reflection and study of teaching and learning at Illinois State University and beyond.
- Vanderbilt SoTL Guide: Provides a helpful overview of what SoTL is and describes the stages of SoTL research.
Want to suggest an additional resource for this collection? Please email your recommendation to Jessie L. Moore, Chair of the Communications Committee (email@example.com). Resources are listed in alphabetical order.