The University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire Communication Sciences and Disorders SoTL Lab was designed to provide hands-on research experiences to undergraduate students on a large scale. Student reflections on experiences within the SoTL Lab identify the value of collaboration, development of confidence, and exposure to the entire research process as key outcomes. These experiences foster development of research skills and may lead students to consider academic careers.
Arzbecker, Lian J.; Blacklock, Ellen A.; Crumb, Ashley M.; Doyle, Jordan D.; Esveld, Mariana; Grelson, Sophie L.; Gretzinger, Beatrice; Korpela, Alyse; Kressin, Kayley A.; Pakanich, Lauren M.; Pulley, Torri L.; Nolte Rierdon, Nicole L.; Spreitzer, Kathleen A.; Steines, Emma L.; Strom, Brittany J.; Symons, Emily C.; Vogelsang, Megan; Vruwink, Olivia N.; Weberg, Kelsey L.; Wolosek, Ashley B.; Zigler, Erin D.; Hoepner, Jerry K.; Hemmerich, Abby L.; Sather, Tom W.; and Elledge, Deborah H.
"SoTL Lab: Undergraduate student-faculty collaborative research in teaching and learning in CSD,"
Teaching and Learning in Communication Sciences & Disorders: Vol. 2:
2, Article 8.
Available at: https://ir.library.illinoisstate.edu/tlcsd/vol2/iss2/8