When thinking about the kinds of data you would like to collect, you will find that SoLT encompasses many different genres. These have been described by Nelson as the A-M of SoLT. For more information on any of the above types of SoLT studies, follow this link.
A Tertiary Practitioners Guide to Collecting Evidence of Learner Benefit can help you develop the questions you want to ask from your SoLT project, determine how to start collecting the right types of evidence and the strengths and weaknesses of different kinds of evidence.
Following are some useful links on how to engage in SoLT: