International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

Humanities SoTL Annotated Bibliography

roundtable blurb

During an ISSOTL11 roundtable in Milwaukee (the day after the HU IG meeting), a few Interest Group members agreed to create a bibliography of models of SoTL work in the humanities.*  At ISSOTL12, they presented this work.

*  This conversation predated our transition to an Arts & Humanities IG, and those of us at the table were humanists.


panel blurb   We saw this as a collaborative project of the broader Interest Group, especially as the IG now explicitly encompasses both the Arts & Humanities, so we requested that IG members add to the bibliography with the following information: 

  • a citation for an article or book (with a link to the full text, if possible), 
  • a brief annotation describing the text and explaining why you recommend that piece as a model of humanities- or art-based SoTL.  

View our original annotated bibliography.  

Also see "Humanities & SoTL: 2 Bibliographies," a blog post with an additional bibliography, by former Interest Group Chair Nancy Chick.

 

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