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Join the April SoTL Walk
Originally a pandemic project, SoTL Walk connects RMIT staff with colleagues around the world, providing a time and space for us to unite and immerse ourselves in conversation about teaching and learning. As we journey through the next phase of pande (More)
Join the March SoTL Walk
Originally a pandemic project, SoTL Walk connects RMIT staff with colleagues around the world, providing a time and space for us to unite and immerse ourselves in conversation about teaching and learning. As we journey through the next phase of pande (More)
2021 SoTL Walks are GO! Join us in February!
Happy 2021, one and all! SoTL Walk is back! Originally a pandemic project, SoTL Walk has connected RMIT staff with colleagues all around the world. It provides a time and space for us to unite and immerse ourselves in conversation about teaching a (More)
Join the November SoTL Walk
The SoTL Walk is a great opportunity to engage in conversation about teaching and learning with colleagues from around the world. Our theme for November explores how we use pedagogy to shape teaching and learning policy and practice in universities - (More)
Join the August SoTL Walk!
Now in its 6th month, the SoTL walk is a virtual and global conversation about teaching and learning!  Make some time in your schedule to join the initiative - it is a great way to connect with others and develop your own reflective practice. Our the (More)
Join the July SoTL Walk
Now in its 5th month, the SoTL walk is a virtual and global conversation about teaching and learning!  Make some time in your schedule to join the initiative - it is a great way to connect with others and develop your own reflective practice. Our the (More)
Reflections on the May SoTL walk
The theme for the May SoTL Walk was 'Metamorphosis'. April's walk was all about 'temporary fixes that become permanent' - this opened up some interesting ideas about the practices we'd really like to keep when life returns to normal.  'Metamorphosis' (More)
Writers Locked (Down): Supporting Academic Writing Virtually
Whether you are a writer yourself, or involved in pr (More)
Working with Students-as-Partners in Teaching and Research
Natasha Taylor takes part in the monthly Lacunae Reading and Writing Project. Participants write 500 words in response to a stimulus piece and these are published collectively on the Lacunae Blog.  The project is open to anyone interested in Learning (More)
Reflections on the April SoTL Walk
The theme for the April SoTL walk was ‘temporary fixes that become permanent'. In this post, Natasha Taylor reflects on how contributors across and outside of RMIT interpreted and responded to the provocation. This month, walkers were challenged (More)
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