‘In-house’ journals and the scholarship of teaching and learning – thoughts from a discipline that is not a discipline

Phil Robinson-Self


This paper offers a reflection on the practical and theoretical issues involved in the development of an in-house journal that publishes work in the area of the scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL).  While proceeding from the experience of running one such journal in the context of a research-intensive institution, the paper aims to offer a broader view on the impacts, both positive and otherwise, which such institutionally focused publications might make on the field of SoTL as a whole.


publishing, scholarship of teaching and learning; SoTL; pedagogy; disciplinarity

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