Table of contents for Enhancing learning through the scholarship of teaching and learning : the challenges and joys of juggling / Kathleen McKinney.

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Table of Contents
About the Author
Foreword
Preface
1	What Is the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning?
A Bit of SoTL History
Example Definitions 
Related Concepts
Conclusion
2	Why Do SoTL?
Functions of SoTL
Value and Fit in the Reward Structure 
Standards for SoTL Work
Conclusion
3	How Do I Get Started?
Challenges for First Timers (and Others)
What Is the "Problem?"
Example SoTL Research Problems and Questions
The Role of Theory and the Importance of Definitions
Refining Your Question(s) 
Searching for Literature
Conclusion
4	How Can I Move My Project Forward?
The Importance of Collaboration
Collaborations With Colleagues
Involving Students as Coresearchers
Integrating SoTL Projects Into Your Existing Professional Life and Workload
Resources for SoTL Work	
	Think Outside the Box: Resources Broadly Defined
	Tips for Grant Writing
SoTL Funding Opportunities 
Conclusion
5	What Are the Practical and Ethical Issues I Must Consider?
Practical Issues
Ethical Issues-Overview
Institutional Review Boards
Three Ethical Criteria
Informed Consent
Right to Privacy
Protection From Harm
Starting To Put It All Together
Conclusion
6	How Do I Design My SoTL Project?		
Two General Issues
The Quantitative and/or Qualitative Choice
Time Frames for Your Study
Typologies or Categories of Methods
Specific Methodologies and Examples
Course Portfolios and Other Reflection and Analysis
Interviews and Focus Groups
Observational Research
Questionnaires
Content Analysis 
Secondary Analysis
Experiments and Quasi-Experiments
Case Studies
Multi-Method Studies
Analysis and Interpretation
How Far Have We Come?
Conclusion
7	How Do I Make My SoTL Public and Document My Work?
The Meanings of Making Public and Peer Review
How Common Is Making Public?
Tips and Outlets for Making Public
Publications
Presentations
Web Postings
Documenting SoTL Work for the Reward System
Conclusion
8	What Are the Disciplinary and Institutional Contexts of SoTL?
Disciplinary Contexts
Similarities and Differences in Views of SoTL
Status of SoTL in the Disciplines
Example SoTL Projects in the Disciplines
Meanings of Cross- and Interdisciplinary SoTL
Examples of Cross-Disciplinary SoTL
Institutional Context 
Campus Support-Some Data 
Campus Support-Possible Models
Strategies for Campus Support
Conclusion
9	Where Do We Go From Here?
SoTL and Transforming Culture
Using SoTL
Levels and Forms of Application
Some Data on Application
Thinking About Use and Application
The Future of SoTL 
Challenges and Opportunities in the Field of SoTL
Future Images 
Conclusion
Appendix A: Example Campus Survey on Status of SoTL
Appendix B: Additional Resources on SoTL-Web Sites, Articles, Chapters, and Books
Appendix C: List of SoTL Journals and Newsletters
Appendix D: Example Call for Proposals for Campus SoTL Small Grants
Appendix E: Possible Funding Sources for SoTL Work 
Appendix F: Example IRB Form Questions and Responses for an Interview Study
Appendix G: Sample of Useful Books on Portfolios, Classroom Assessment/Research, and Methods 
Appendix H: Example Tenure and Promotion Language re SoTL
Bibliography
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Education, Higher -- Research.
College teaching.
Effective teaching.