I don't want to publish
Not everyone will want to write and publish a peer-reviewed journal article. There are lots of ways you can develop your knowledge and engage in the SoTL world.
Sharing your findings online
Make your own opportunities. You could
- create a podcast or video to instigate discussion within your school or faculty
- maintain a blog where you share your experiences and reflections, you can then share these posts with your internal and external networks
- set up a journal/reading group with colleagues, this could be in your school, your faculty, or with others who are interested in developing their knowledge in Learning & Teaching
- present a poster at one of the many external learning & teaching conferences
Opportunities at Charles Sturt
Charles Sturt already provides a number of opportunities and platforms where you can share your activities, findings and experiences. Why not
Recording your activities and reflections
You can use CRO to record your activities and reflections.
We've compiled a set of instructions on how you add your activities and subsequent reflections to CRO in our CRO: Recording Research Outputs, Impact and Engagement guide.