Interest Groups are grassroots initiatives that arise as ASLE members wish to organize. These groups can form around any topic of interest be it disciplinary (e.g., Ecomedia Studies), geographic (e.g., Southwest Literature), institutional (e.g., Undergraduate or 2-year colleges) etc. Interest groups serve to encourage networking and fellowship, as well as to provide support for pedagogy, scholarship, and mentoring within these particular areas.
Any group wishing to be an Interest Group should:
Interest Group privileges include the following:
These privileges do not include:
You can also post and correspond with these groups in the ASLE Member Community, just go to the “Chatter” tab and then look for “Groups” by the names below, and join the one(s) you would like to be a part of.