SOTL Quick Start
The editorial boards of Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning and Innovations in Pharmacy are releasing a joint series of posts to appear in CPTLPulses. The twelve part series is designed for pharmacy faculty (clinicians or scientists) that have a question related to teaching and learning that requires inquiry. The goals are to: 1) aid readers in preparing for meaningful, consequential scholarly contributions and 2) help avoid common pitfalls in educational scholarship.
What do conference receptions and scholarly writing have in common?
Quick starting your development as a PharmEd scholar
Are you submitting your best manuscript?
Educational Scholarship Questions that Keep Us Moving
Discussions of authorship: strategies gleaned from dates gone wrong
Charting the Waters – What’s Being Written?
Identifying the Crew – Who’s Writing What?
Titles Bring the Academy Into our Theater
Forming a SOTL Team: Tips from Two Teammates
‘Tell me why’: positioning your work to answer the “so what?” question
- Creating Consistency in Message
- Reporting Educational Interventions
Please follow our social media on Twitter (@IiPJournal, @CPTLJournal) and Facebook (CPTL) for announcements. In addition, you can follow CPTLPulses. Questions can be addressed to Kristin Janke (Minnesota) or Kyle Wilby (Otago), Series Coordinators.