The National Teaching Repository: Promoting Pedagogy, Sharing Scholarship
Evidencing the impact of ‘SoTL’, the scholarship of teaching and learning, can be extremely difficult.
This poster presentation introduces delegates to ‘The National Teaching Repository’, the outcome of an AdvanceHE funded project recently showcased at the UNESCO World Higher Education Conference (May, 2022).
Established in September 2020 the National Teaching Repository is a safe space where SoTL scholars can disseminate their learning and teaching pedagogical research and resources in a way that celebrates their practice. Colleagues can use the repository to access, embrace, and share their practice with the ultimate aim of positively enhancing the student experience.
With 100,000+ visits from colleagues located in 130 territories, including 29% of the countries listed as the ‘least developed countries’ the United Nations (24th November 2021), and 62% of the 193 Counties listed as Member States of the United Nations, sharing via the repository has multiple benefits including:
•Secure Open Educational resource (OER) publication in multiple formats
•Altmetric data collection that can be used by scholars to help secure evidence of the impact of their practice
•Unique DOI generation for each item uploaded.
•Citation creation to ensure full and appropriate acknowledgement and recognition of work can be given
This poster illuminates the value of disseminating practice through this global platform and invites delegates to share.
Follow the NTR on Twitter: @NTRepository
- The National Teaching Repository
- Scholarship of Teaching and Learning