IHP Policies and Support...
Types of Scholarship
Scholarship of Application
"Translation of new knowledge to practical applications to solve problems of individuals and of society"
from Shapiro, E.D., & Coleman, D.L. (2000). The scholarship of application. Academic Medicine, 75 (9), 895-898.
Scholarship of Discovery
"Discovering new knowledge in the quest for deeper understanding of the world"
from Beattie, D.S. (2000). Expanding the view of scholarship: Introduction. Academic Medicine, 75 (9), 871-875.
Scholarship of Integration
"Making connections across scientific disciplines, placing the work of individual investigators and their specialty fields into a larger context, and educating nonspecialists"
from Dauphinee, D. & Martin, J.B. (2000). Breaking down the walls: Thoughts on the scholarship of integration. Academic Medicine, 75 (9), 881-886.
Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (also consult the library's guide on this topic)
“Faculty frame and systematically investigate questions related to student learning - the conditions under which it occurs, what it looks like, how to deepen it, and so forth - and do so with an eye not only to improving their own classroom but to advancing practice beyond it.” (p. 13)
from Hutchings, P., & Shulman L.S. (1999). The scholarship of teaching: New elaborations, new developments. Change. 31(5), 10-15.
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