Our regular member surveys clearly show that a significant proportion of TBLC members are carrying out research, and are very willing to collaborate on research projects in order to extend understanding of Team-Based Learning, and to generate research output for tenure and for advancement.
If you have an interest in research into teaching methods and practices, then the TBLC provides a network that you can access through the member’s only website to identify and reach potential collaborators.
In addition, the TBLC Annual Conference provides paper and poster sessions for members to present their work and obtain feedback, as well as “meet-up” sessions where potential collaborators can meet and discuss possible research ideas, research questions, and research projects.
Click here to view the Research and Scholarship Community of Practice, a portal where members can register research and scholarship ideas and build collaborative teams to generate research output.
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