Volume 6, Issue 1
SCHOLARSHIP: The scholarship of teaching and learning
Focus: This issue revolves around the theory and practice of the
scholarship of teaching and learning. Scholarly teaching
requires an active reflection and inquiry into teaching and
student learning, with a goal of making the process of
learning transparent. Herein we will discuss issues surrounding
this "meta-pedagogy," in which both instructors and students
are actively engaged in questioning teaching and learning.
A particular emphasis on technology and its relationship to the
scholarship of teaching and learning is encouraged, but not
Who Should Submit: Those who have engaged the principles of the
scholarship of teaching and learning. All disciplines are
encouraged to submit. Papers may be in the forms of case studies,
research in progress, or theoretical papers.
Subject Editor: Elizabeth Buchanan, Ph.D.
School of Library and Information Science
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Po Box 413
Milwaukee, WI 53211
See Table of Contents
October 1, 2001; 15 November 2001; 5 January 2002
15 February 2002
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