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 opportunites and platforms where you can share your activities, findings and experiences. Why not

  • present at a Charles Sturt Learning & Teaching forum
  • contribute to Charles Sturt's iTeach blog
  • contribute to your Faculty's Learning & Teaching newsletter/blog

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.

Sharing