Maintained by the Kennesaw State University Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning
Core SoTL journals, as well as a listing of journals by academic field.
Cultivating diverse young people for leadership in the church and academy.
Creating and nurturing a community of Latina and Latino scholars
An annual mentoring program for doctoral students of Asian heritage supported by the Henry Luce Foundation.
Blog posts about teaching in theological seminaries and divinity schools.
A peer-reviewed journal addressing issues in finance, administration, enrollment, management, curriculum, innovative teaching methods, assessment, faculty development, and student services. It is international and interdenominational in scope, and includes theological schools and the liberal arts.
A journal focused on Catholic higher education, published bi-annually by the National Catholic Educational Association.
Including links to "The Bible in Secondary Schools Project" and SBL's Syllabus Project and peer-refereed journal, "Syllabus."
Bi-annual online publication of short essays focused on a particular theme or challenge in teaching religion.
Published annually online, each issue includes half a dozen or so short essays exploring a particular theme or challenge in theological education.
The Religious Studies Major In A Post-9/11 World: New Challenges, New Opportunities – a white paper produced by Teagle and the American Academy of Religion
The accrediting body's website and listserv for sharing resources about technical tools and learning theory models in support of online literacy and innovative practices
This website from the accrediting body includes resources to support the vocation of theological educators, to address changes in faculty roles and work, and to help faculty develop as leaders in their institutions.
The leading national association concerned with the quality, vitality, and public standing of undergraduate liberal education.
Gathers professors, scholars and researchers in religious education.
An organization for leaders of teaching and learning centers across North America, with a very active list-serv.
A non-profit organization devoted to finding ways to improve teaching and learning with technology in colleges and universities.
A collection of succinct papers, written in collaboration with POD (see above), as a resource to support teaching improvement through employing and assessing different teaching methods.
Website and journal/newsletters from Magna Publications, dedicated to advancing teaching and learning in higher education.
An initiative offering a digital case story repository that hosts more than 70 discipline-specific multimedia stories, providing real-life experiences of exemplary teaching strategies and the process of implementing them
A place for college professors to share practical teaching strategies.
A list of faculty tweeters, compiled by Doug Holton.
Maintained by the Center for Teaching Excellence, University of Kansas.