Submissions to the blog are welcome. Submissions should support teachers and reformers in higher education through directly or indirectly encouraging serious engagement with the scholarship (understood broadly) on teaching and learning. Potential contributors should read the manifesto.

Contributions may consist of but are not limited to:

  • Reflections on a significant book, article, etc.
  • Reading lists (especially on topics not yet covered in Reading Lists)
  • Commentary on current issues in higher ed.
  • Reflections on successful or unsuccessful efforts to implement insights or practices from the scholarship in one’s teaching or to encourage others to engage with the scholarship (e.g. through faculty reading groups)
  • Descriptions of resources (such as websites, conferences, journals, apps, etc.)

Potential contributors should keep in mind principles of web-friendly writing, such as effective use of hyperlinks, images, short paragraphs, section headings, etc. While there are no set length restrictions, shorter submissions are particularly encouraged.

Unless otherwise arranged, accepted contributions will be published to this site under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 License.

Email submissions or questions about possible submissions to:

Paul T. Corrigan, Editor
teaching.learning.higher.ed at