WAND Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Workshop: Writing for Publication
- 28th August 2018
- 09:30 AM - 02:00 PM
- 460.2.031 Postgrad Teaching Space
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The West Australian Network for Dissemination (WAND) warmly invites to attend their second workshop in SoTL writing.
The focus of workshop two will be SoTL writing with the aim of completing an abstract. Participants do not need to have attended the first workshop to attend this event. In recognition that people are at different stages of a SoTL project, the abstract may be for an initial research proposal or a journal article. Those planning to attend will be asked to complete a survey late-June to identify their SoTL topic (hopefully shaped through workshop one) and highlight key issues relating to SoTL writing. For example, the workshop can explore the kinds of voices SoTL authors use, identifying an audience, getting started, translating initial thoughts into finished writing and overcoming internal resistance to writing and revising.
Registration and tea/coffee:9.30 am
Start: 9.45am. Welcome and introduction to the workshop
Workshop:10.00am – 2.00pm. Includes an hour for lunch for networking and building relationships to facilitate collaboration and peer writing support. Light lunch provided.
Venue:460.2.031 Postgrad Teaching Space, Murdoch University, South Street Campus
Facilitated by Dr Sally Knowles, Dr Helen Flavell
Dr Sally Knowlesis a Research Development Advisor with the Office of Research and Innovation at ECU where she assists researchers with their grant submissions and the provision of professional development. Sally’s work has entailed creating cross-faculty research/writing communities and she has extensive experience in facilitating writing retreats. She is currently an Associate Editor for Higher Education Research & Development (HERD).
Dr Helen Flavellis a Senior Lecturer and the Coordinator of the SoTL in the Faculty of Health Sciences at Curtin University. Helen had to reimagine herself as a SoTL scholar—her original disciplinary training is in literature and cultural studies—and for the last decade has been engaged in education research and Office for Learning and Teaching projects. She has published in a range of SoTL fields including academic leadership, intercultural capability development, workforce reshaping and interprofessional education.
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Please contact Denyse MacNish D.Macnish@murdoch.edu.au or phone 9360 7315