A number of articles, book chapters and conference papers have been written about the ISW, including:
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Bubak, O. (2019). A bottom-up drive to transform tertiary teaching
How McMaster University’s faculty of engineering is motivating new professors to improve their teaching effectiveness.
Day, R. & the ISW International Advisory Committee. (2005). Instructional Skills Workshop: The Heart of an Educator Learning Community in British Columbia and Beyond
Dawson, D., Borin, P., Meadows, K., Britnell, J., Olsen, K. & McIntryre, G. (2014). The Impact of the Instructional Skills Workshop on Faculty Approaches to Teaching. Toronto ON: Higher Education Quality Council of Ontario
John Paul Foxe, Mandy Frake-Mistak & Celia Popovic (2017) The instructional skills workshop: A missed opportunity in the UK?, Innovations in Education and Teaching International, 54:2, 135-142, DOI: 10.1080/14703297.2016.1257949
Kerr, D.W. (1980). The Instructional Skills Program. Unpublished Ministry of Education major paper. Vancouver: University of British Columbia.
Macpherson, Alice. 2011. The Instructional Skills Workshop as a Transformative Learning Process. Ph.D. Dissertation. Simon Frasier University.
Morrison, D.E. (1985). “The Instructional Skills Workshop: An inter-institutional approach.” In To Improve the Academy, 4, 75-83.
Morrison, D.E. (1995). “Opening doors to better teaching: The role of peer-based instructional consultation.” (Doctoral dissertation, The Claremont Graduate University). Dissertation Abstracts International, 56(6), 2134A.
Morrison, D.E. (1997). “Overview of instructional consultation in North America.” In K. Brinko & R. Menges (Eds.), Practically Speaking: A Sourcebook for Instructional Consultants in Higher Education, 121-129. Stillwater, OK: New Forums Press.
Wilbee, J. (1997). “The Instructional Skills Program: A peer-based model of the improvement of teaching and learning.”