ISSOTL offers different pathways for new members to get to know and participate in the ISSOTL community, engage with SoTL, exchange ideas, share their work, contribute to the Society, meet new colleagues and friends, reflect on their experiences, and so much more. The graphic below maps out some of these pathways.
Learn about committees, Interest Groups, the ISSOTL Blog, the annual conference, and Teaching & Learning Inquiry.
New to ISSOTL and want to get involved?
Committees — Volunteer for a committee.
Interest Groups — Join or chair an Interest Group. Propose a new Interest Group.
The Blog — Read and respond to posts on the ISSOTL blog. Submit a post for the ISSOTL blog.
The Conference — Attend the conference. Present at the conference. Organize a panel at the conference. Apply to join one of the International Collaborative Writing Groups.
The Journal — Become a peer reviewer for Teaching & Learning Inquiry. Submit an article to TLI. Write a Dialogue piece responding to a previous article in TLI. Write a TLI Review about a conference, book, article, or other resource.