In this latter phase of your planning process you should reflect on the process so far as you plan for the ways your project will be published and shared. Reflective practice is a key component of SoTL activity. Often, it is the reflections that practitioners make on their work that become the stimuli for their research ideas.

To Do:

  1. Review each of the SoTL research outputs from the SFU Math project. Focus on the demonstrations of scholarship—from the SFU SoTL.
  2. Reflect on your own project planning and think ahead to how you might share your results.
  3. Update the last section of your SoTL research plan document with a dissemination strategy for making the key findings of your research study publicly accessible.
  4. In your response for this activity, include the shareable link or upload the current version of your MS Word document.
  5. After you make your submission, save the web address to your response (found in the green confirmation box) so you can use it later for your badge submission form.

This activity is part of the Publishing and/or Presenting Your SoTL Research section of the Scholar Module.

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  • My SoTL Plan with Dissemination Strategies
    by Shiong Len Chan (@Len)

    Initially, I planned to share my research with my colleagues in a PPT presentation. In this updated plan, I’ve included sharing my research findings in the TESL Ontario blog and a poster presentation at the TESL Ontario conference. I would also consider preparing a manuscript for my research project and submitting it to an academic more… »

  • Dissemination strategy
    by David Schenk (@dschenk)

    Dissemination strategy : Ensures that the key findings of the study are made accessible to the wider community The dissemination channel best suited for my online class is: recorded zoom lessons since most are not able to attend and this provides flexibility For the class, I would post these on Conestoga’s D2L bridghtspace module. For more… »

  • Updated Plan for a SoTL Project with a Dissemination Strategy
    by Munise Gultekin (@MG)

    Dissemination Strategy: To ensure that the key findings of the research study are publicly accessible, the following dissemination strategies will be employed: Conference presentations Publication in academic journals Online platforms Open Access Considerations for Ethical Concerns: To ensure that the dissemination of the research findings is conducted in an ethical manner, the following considerations will more… »

  • Reflecting for Disseminating my SoTL Project
    by Yana Sokolova (@yana_sokolova)

    I added two main steps to my dissemination strategy. First, I would choose a conference devoted to the development of pedagogical experience, prepare the presentation and discuss my results there.  Next, I should take part in the annual experience sharing in my University. Each year before the end of the year our educational center collects more… »

  • Reflecting on Dissemination
    by Joanna MacDougall (@Joanna MacDougall)

    Dissemination can take many forms. The SFU examples got me thinking beyond publishing and presenting at conferences. Creating useful videos or manuals as sort of “how to guides” and sharing these in various professional development settings (internal and external), as well as  You Tube could be a way to share results and best practices to more… »

  • eflecting for Disseminating Your SoTL Project – Andrew Molas
    by Andrew Molas (@amolas)

    The URL contained an expansion on the dissemination section

  • Reflections for Dissemination
    by Sarah Darling (@SDarling)

    Here is an updated version of the plan. Originally I included potential presentations at workshops or conferences, and with this version I included a presentation to my teaching colleagues within my institution..

  • Reflecting ion Disseminating
    by Heather Melo (@Heather)

    I enjoyed the review of the PowerPoint and also enjoyed viewing the video created (by a research team member), although the video was not necessarily directly related to the project specifically; the video captured the enthusiasm of one of the faculty researchers. As someone who has moved from practitioner to academic, I realize that sometimes more… »

  • Plan for Circulation
    by Lorinda Seward (@Lorinda)

    There are two particular organizations I would like to partner with to circulate this information: The Learning Disability Association of Ontario and Council for Persons with Disabilities.

  • SoTL Plan with Dissemination Strategy – Kelly Brennan
    by Kelly Brennan (@kmbrennan)

    Attached is my SoTL plan with dissemination strategy

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