The Content Indicators selector allows you to identify your works as (any or all of) Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, a Protocol or a Case Study, where relevant to your work. This is only required for relevant works from (including) 2012 for reporting purposes.
Scholarship of teaching and learning - works that are based on systematic inquiry into student learning which advances the practice of teaching in higher education and that publish inquiry findings, e.g.
A study of teacher reflection in a community of practice for professional development
Auditing the numeracy demands of the Australian curriculum
Protocol - refers to work that provides a detailed plan for a body of research and usually discusses the background to the research, how the research will be conducted and what the research is aimed at achieving, and may be peer reviewed. A work of this type may have 'protocol' in the title or abstract. Not all works that include 'protocol' in the title are protocols, however.
WISH project protocol
Randomised controlled trial protocol
Case Study - refers to works that have 'case study' in the title or abstract, or are case notes, reviews or commentaries, e.g.
Preventing suicide case study
Dental case study
Medical case study
Legal case commentary
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