October 2 – 5, 2013
Raleigh Convention Center
North Carolina
Critical Transitions in Teaching and Learning

Venue Information

ISSOTL 2013 was held at the Raleigh Convention Center. The main ISSOTL hotel was the new Raleigh Marriott City Center, which is connected to the Convention Center. Additional rooms were available at the renovated Sheraton Raleigh Hotel located adjacent to the Convention Center. The deadline for securing rooms at the discounted conference rate was 11:50 PM Eastern on Monday, September 2, 2013.

Just 20 minutes away from downtown Raleigh, Raleigh-Durham International Airport (RDU) features numerous carriers offering direct service to 37 destinations. An East Coast hub, RDU offers nearly 450 daily arrivals and departures on nine major and 16 regional carriers. International flights include London and Toronto.

For more information on Raleigh visit:

The Raleigh Visitor Center
The Greater Raleigh Visitor and Convention Bureau

ISSOTL Interest Groups

Interest Groups are organized around shared interests such as discipline, a pedagogy under study, nationality, region of residence, educational status, and institutional type. The Society particularly encourages Interest Groups with international membership and non-traditional groupings based on research interests.  Interest Groups must maintain a minimum of ten ISSOTL members in good standing.

Interest Groups offer their members the opportunity to exchange information and ideas on specific topics related to scholarship of teaching and learning. Interest Groups may propose symposia, forums, workshops, or special events for the annual conference through the standard review process.

Officially recognized Interest Groups will be provided space to hold a meeting of their group on Friday, October 4, after the Concurrent Sessions.  Please send an e-mail to [email protected] by August 1, 2013, with your request to reserve space if your Interest Group would like to have a meeting.

Current Interest Groups are:

  • Advancing Undergraduate Research
  • The Arts and Humanities
  • General Education
  • National Teaching Fellows and Institutional Teaching Award Winners
  • Problem Based Learning
  • Scholarship of Leading
  • Sociology
  • Students as Co-Inquirers
  • Student Engagement