The main reason for establishing this journal is that we feel too many journals inhibit submission due to their overly strict rules for submissions; where form prevents content from being shared. Our ethos is to ensure that your voice is heard. We want to capture the rich contexts, experiences, and voices from colleagues across the sector. We encourage all types of writing from more traditional educational inquiries, to working-out-loud papers and provocations.
oSoTL aims to publish work in the area of Scholarship of Teaching and Learning. While there is no disciplinary focus of the journal, we work with section editors who are teaching in all areas of higher education, and discipline-specific or themed special editions are welcome.
oSoTL submissions could include - but are not limited to:
- Reflective practice
- Course evaluation, including learner experience research
- Learning, teaching or assessment case study of practice
- Debates around SoTL