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ISSOTL Connect Cluster 1: Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, & Justice in and through SoTL

ISSOTL Connect’s first Cluster will be made available on Wednesday, February 24th at 12 noon EST / 5pm GMT and Thursday, February 25th at 1am SGT/AWST. You’ll find the full playlist on ISSOTL’s YouTube page at

Cluster 1 includes the following video presentations:

Inclusion through Balanced Reflections
Cristen Dutcher, Kennesaw State University

Uncovering Racism in Our Disciplines
Joan Middendorf, Indiana University

Confronting Utilitarianism with Social Justice: Reflections on “Embedded Ethics” in Financial Education
Vicki Zhang, University of Toronto

Roles of SOTL in Decolonising a Business School Curriculum
Clive Holtham, City University of London

Breaking the Binary: Conceptions of Sex and Gender in Undergraduate Science
Sarah Bajan, University of the Sunshine Coast

Reconstructing Biology Courses through SoTL to Empower Students for a Future Career in Science
Liang Cai, Fundan University with Ji Yang and Ling Sun

Conviviality through Creativity: Transformative Pedagogy Through the Arts in Prison Education
James G. R. Cronin, University College Cork

Empathy and Criticality: Lessons From a Doctoral Course Refocused on Social Justice
Jane West, Mercer University with Tynetta Jenkins and Casey Christenson

The Limits of OERs: Open Educational Resources for Equity, Diversity and Inclusion in the Arts
Bridget Cauthery, York University

Homework, In-Class Assignments, and Midterm Exams: Investigating the Predictive Utility of Formative and Summative Assessments for Academic Success
Cassandra R. Stevenson, York University with Lillian Park and Alice S. N. Kim

Predicting Instructors’ use of Project-Based Curriculum: Lessons from the Passion-Driven Statistics Initiative
Lisa Dierker, Wesleyan University

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