Archived BCTLC Events

Symposium: Scholarly Teaching & Learning in Post-Secondary Education

2015 Intensive: Scholarly Inquiry – Design your Research Project

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  • When: On May 21 and 22, 2015, 24 faculty and instructors from a number of institutions came together to engage in an intensive workshop on building a scholarly inquiry question related to student learning. The materials, links and documents shared with participants, along with additional items are listed on this page for anyone to access and use. All links to documents and websites open in a new window.scholarly-intensive-May-21-

Workshop Handouts & Materials
(shared with permission)

  • Workshop Agenda – PDF
  • Dr. Richard Gale – Welcoming Plenary Session – PDF
  • Reflection Tree (Doug Hamilton) – PDF
  • Reflection Tree Instructions (Doug Hamilton) – PDF
  • Reflection Tree Response Sheet (Doug Hamilton) – PDF
  • Developing Significant Questions (Gary Hunt) – PDF
  • Project Planning Worksheet (Doug Hamilton) – PDF
  • Refining Your Question Worksheet (Doug Hamilton) – PDF
  • A Compendium of Data Sources for Use in SoTL (Doug Hamilton) – PDF
  • Pathways for Engaging in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning: Getting Started with your Inquiry – Package (Doug Hamilton) – PDF
  • Data Sources for Scholarly Inquiry Project (Group Brainstorm led by Peter Arthur) – PDF
  • Ethical Requirements in Human Research (Gary Hunt) – PDF

Web Resources


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