Partnerships

The Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (STLHE) continues to evolve as a national organization with strength and vision rooted in the active, dynamic collaboration with current and future partners. Presently the STLHE has significant, diverse partnerships and working relationships with several organizations and initiatives.

Corporate Sponsors:

  • International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (ISSOTL)

    International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching & Learning (ISSOTL) serves faculty members, staff, and students who care about teaching and learning as serious intellectual work. The goal of ISSOTL is to foster inquiry and disseminate findings about what improves and articulates post-secondary learning and teaching.

  • The International Consortium for Educational Development (ICED)

    The International Consortium for Educational Development was established to promote educational or academic development in higher education worldwide. ICED is a network whose members are themselves national organizations or networks concerned with promoting good practice in higher education. The ICED Council is formed by Presidents, or their representatives, of a country’s academic staff development network(s).

  • The Professional and Organizational Development (POD) Network

    POD supports a network of nearly 1,800 members–faculty and teaching assistant developers, faculty, administrators, consultants, and others who perform roles that value teaching and learning in higher education.

  • Canadian Society for Professional and Organizational Developers

    CSPOD/SCDPO, similar to the POD Network supports its members–faculty and teaching assistant developers, faculty, administrators, consultants, and others who perform roles that value teaching and learning in higher education.

  • Academics for Higher Education and Development (AHED/UPESED)

    Academics for Higher Education and Development is a Canadian bilingual non-governmental organization incorporated in March 2007 with charity status in 2008. AHED’s mission is to support developing countries in building capacity in higher education. AHED fosters this goal by sending as volunteers working and retired professionals and academics, including faculty, staff, and administrators, on projects in the developing countries to assist in building and improving their institutions of higher education.

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    The Bookstore at Western is a campus-based unit that provides printing, publishing, retail, and distributing services to STLHE. Examples of publications include the Green Guide Series.

  • Central and East European Management and Development Association (CEEMAN)

    CEEMAN is an international management development association established in 1993 with the aim of accelerating the growth in quality of management development in central and eastern Europe. It is a global network of management development institutions interested in quality of education and innovations in this field, as well as in the broad area of subjects related to change. CEEMAN has expanded to include 180 institutional and individual members from 43 countries in Europe, North America, Latin America and Asia.

  • Higher Education Teaching and Learning (HETL)

    The International Higher Education Teaching and Learning Association (referred to as HETL) is a certified non-profit organization in the State of New York (USA) and is classified as a 501(c)(3) public charity by the IRS (USA).

    Founded in 2010 by Patrick Blessinger, the aim of HETL is to bring together higher education professionals and thought leaders from around the world to dialogue, network, and collaborate on issues relevant to teaching and learning in higher education. The vision of HETL is to generate new knowledge and to advance the scholarship and practice of teaching and learning in higher education. HETL supports academic and pedagogical pluralism as well as practices that promote sustainable learning and peace. To these ends, HETL works with and supports individual educators as well as all types of educational institutions, associations, centers, and other groups interested in improving teaching and learning in higher education.