Does your Learning & Teaching idea need a funding boost?

Published: 6 December 2011

The Learning and Teaching Development Fund 2012-13 has £90k available, and expressions of interest are invited now

The Learning and Teaching Development Fund supports developments in Learning and Teaching which are innovative, sustainable, transferable and contribute to the delivery of the objectives of the University's Learning and Teaching Strategy. Awards made through this scheme have greatly contributed to the enhancement of learning and teaching across the University.

This year a total of £90,000 is available for projects with a budget of up to £30,000 and all staff employed by the University are invited to submit bids, particularly in relation to the enhancement of student learning using the University's Graduate Attributes framework and innovation in the curriculum: Technology Enhanced Learning and Teaching (TELT) using technologies to enhance assessment, provide online collaborative environments, and to support peer learning activities. Bids will also be considered that align with QAA’s latest enhancement theme: Developing and Supporting the Curriculum and in other priority areas of enhancement of student retention and assessment and feedback (a full listing is available at the link below).

Expressions of interest need to be submitted by Wednesday 14 March 2012. The closing date for bids is Wednesday 4 April 2012.

Further information on the Learning and Teaching Development Fund 2012-13 (including guidance on bid structure, selection criteria, available support and details of previously funded projects) is available at:

First published: 6 December 2011

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