Learning and Teaching Grant Round 2 2022

Applications are now open for Round 2 of the Learning and Teaching Initiative grants for 2022.

The Learning and Teaching Initiatives (LTIs) fund staff to improve the teaching, learning and assessment practices of the University. LTIs support a range of projects spanning categories, such as general curriculum initiatives and technology-enhanced teaching, learning and assessment.

The current round of LTIs invites applications in two categories: Internationalisation of the Curriculum and General learning and teaching. Please find details (from Prof Jamie Evans) about the two funding categories below.

Category 1: Internationalisation of the Curriculum: Up to $30,000 per project

Proposals in this category are asked to commit to introducing greater diversity of perspectives and materials into teaching materials and approaches at either the undergraduate or postgraduate level.

Category 2: General learning and teaching: Up to $30,0000 per project

Proposals in this category should fundamentally seek to improve the quality and effectiveness of student learning and student learning experiences at either the undergraduate or postgraduate level.

Please note: To assist with the development of strong proposals, the Melbourne CSHE will host a workshop: “Successful Learning and Teaching Initiative Grants: pitching ideas” on Thursday 16 June 12.00 pm-2.00 pm. This will be very good to attend if you are considering an application. Registration is via this link.

Applications close at 5 pm, Friday 15 July, and outcomes will be communicated by mid-August. For more information about the categories this round, please refer to the LTI information and guidelines on the LTI website, where Project Proposal forms can be found.

If you have questions about the scheme, or if you want to talk through ideas for a project proposal or a draft application, please get in touch with Kate Tregloan at k.tregloan@unimelb.edu.au.

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