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The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SOTL): Home

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Welcome to the Library Guide for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SOTL) for staff or students who wish to find, use and create research literature on teaching and learning in Higher Education. This may be for HEA Fellowship or PG Cert, or to investigate research in teaching in Higher Education.

This guide covers teaching and learning in Higher Education - we also have an Education guide which has a wider scope to include schools & more.

Make a Document Supply Request

Document Supply Request Form

Request an interlibrary loan, a chapter, or an article copy for private study and non-commercial research.

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Your Librarians

Each school and college has a team of subject librarians to support your research. Get in touch with your librarians to get some advice on which databases to use and how to search more effectively.

Research Support and Open Access

This Postgraduate course contains links to information useful to you as a Postgraduate, including Library Guides and external sources. It works best by navigating to the section on which you require information, although there are also a lot of useful links in the Support section. Use this guide to help you throughout your Postgraduate career. 

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SALT (Swansea Academy for Learning and Teaching)

Swansea Academy of Learning and Teaching (SALT) enhances the student learning experience through sharing and promoting good practice in learning and teaching, sponsoring and promoting pedagogic research, and enhancing the profile of learning and teaching across the institution.

Centre for Research into Practice (CRIP)

The Centre for Research into Practice (CRIP) is the University's main avenue through which educational research is conducted. It has been established at a time of renewed interest in educational research and a drive for evidence-informed practice. In carrying out research, the Department of Education and Childhood Studies is committed to the University's core values of professionalism, collaboration and care.

The Centre has four goals:

  1. Raise awareness of the Centre's news and activities.
  2. Develop high-quality resources to support educational research.
  3. Build educational research capacity.
  4. Strengthen partnerships for collaborative research and professional enquiry.

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