Sharing SoTL findings with students: an intentional knowledge mobilization strategy
AuthorsMaurer, Trent W.
Powell, Nichole L.
Stalheim, Odd Rune
Turner, Ian J.
AffiliationGeorgia Southern University
Mount Royal University
University of Adelaide
Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences
University of Derby
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AbstractThis paper critically examines the reasons for and processes of sharing SoTL findings with students. Framed by our commitment to SoTL’s role to make teaching “community property,” we interpret sharing SoTL findings with students as an act of knowledge mobilization, where SoTL might be disseminated, translated, or co-created with the student as a legitimate knowledge broker. We connect these knowledge mobilization processes with four primary reasons why faculty might want to share SoTL findings with students. Finally, we provide examples of knowledge mobilization that use different “voices” found in contemporary communication settings and that reach various student audiences in micro, meso, macro, and mega contexts.
CitationWoolmer, C., Powell, N., L., Sisson, C., Snelling, C., Stalheim, O., R., and Turner, I., J. (2021). ‘Sharing SoTL findings with students: an intentional knowledge mobilization strategy’. Teaching and Learning Enquiry, 9(1), pp. 1-16.
JournalTeaching and Learning Enquiry
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