Being Human: Join the June SoTL Walk!

Each month our community of SoTL walkers is growing!  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 theme for June is ‘Being Human’ – join now and explore how you bring the qualities of humanness into […]

Join the May SoTL Walk!

Each month our community of SoTL walkers is growing!  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. Why join a SoTL Walk? There are two key incentives for joining a SoTL Walk… It gets you away from […]

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 to think about changing contexts, to reflect on new practices and envisage their new ‘normal’ in a […]

Join the April SoTL Walk

Last month we experimented with ways to make our monthly SoTL walk a virtual event. And it worked so well that we are going to do it again in April! Why not give it a go? Why would I join a SoTL Walk? We’ve been hosting SoTL walks for a while now.  There are two […]

SoTL Walk!

We are all having to find ways to do our normal activities in a new dislocated and virtually supported world!  This weekend, I tried to think of creative ways to keep our monthly SoTL walk alive. As it turns out, this could be a great opportunity to grow the idea and reach out to wider […]

Let’s go international (without leaving Melbourne)!

We’ve recently started exploring ways of collaborating with a large university in the UK – Nottingham Trent (NTU)- on SoTL related activities. So, whether it be through cross-institutional communities of practice, co-creation of resources, sabbatical opportunities  or co-hosting events, we can see great potential for creating opportunities for staff to engage in rich, creative international […]

Where is the love?

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 and Teaching and is a great place to explore new and interesting ideas. Have you […]

Spotlight 1: Transitions in Learning

We have a great line-up for the first Spotlight session on March 10th.  It has been brilliant to have received such a rich array of perspectives on the concept and experience of ‘transition’. Come along and hear stories from staff (and a student!) across the college: Taghrid Istivan (Science): Using online approaches to support international students. Katrina […]