Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SOTL): Your new academic superpower

A Connections Seminar

Are you an educator wanting to learn more about how to use SoTL to boost student engagement and learning? Or disseminate your teaching innovations in ways that create impact beyond your School and Faculty?  

In this session, presenters Dr Anna Rowe and Dr Gabi Nudelman will introduce the concept of SOTL and discuss why it’s important to engage in educational research and evaluation. They’ll share real life examples of how SOTL has been used to impact student learning, as well as strategies to help you get started. 


About the Speakers

Dr Anna Rowe

Dr Anna Rowe is a Senior Lecturer, Academic Development in the Academic and Education Focussed Development team, Pro Vice-Chancellor Education and Student Experience Portfolio. She has published widely in the broad field of higher education learning and teaching, with specific research interests including work-integrated learning, curriculum development, student feedback and the role of emotions in learning. Anna is an Associate Editor of the International Journal of Work-Integrated Learning. 


Dr Gabi Nudelman

Dr Gabi Nudelman is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Management and Governance in UNSW's Business School. Her current teaching focus is on ethics and sustainability in business. Gabi’s PhD in Higher Education Studies focussed on the factors that constrain and enable students’ transitions from student to professional. She is passionate about researching teaching and learning in higher education, with a particular focus on employability development, professional identity, and professional communication. Gabi has published widely in academic journals and is committed to supporting fellow academics wishing to engage in scholarship around their teaching and learning.  


This event is a part of the Connections series, consisting of seminars and workshops that provide you with the opportunity to learn from your colleagues to inform your own teaching practice.