The 2019 ATN Grants Scheme for Excellence in Learning and Teaching has just been announced.
The total pool of funding in 2019 is $250,000. Applications can be made for funding up to $250,000.
Priority areas in 2019 are:
- Enhancing Employability in the Micro-Credential Era
- Interdisciplinary WIL (includes cross-disciplinary and transdisciplinary WIL)
- Authentic Assessment
Full-time, part-time and sessional academic and professional staff who are actively involved in learning and teaching related activities are eligible to apply for the commissioned grants.
Lead applicants will be required to provide a statement from their Head of School/Department regarding their ‘capacity to successfully undertake the project’.Applicants must be employees of an ATN institution (Curtin, QUT, RMIT, UniSA, and UTS). Other education bodies, associations, industry or entities can be a partner. Students may also be included on project teams.
Register an expression of interest
To discuss a potential application, please contact email@example.com.
If you intend to submit an application, you will first need to complete the Expression of Interest process by 9am Monday 8 October, 2018.
All applications require DVCE endorsement, regardless as to whether the application is one in which RMIT is the lead or RMIT is the partner institution.
Applicants must prepare the appropriate lead/partner letter of support in readiness for the DVCE’s sigature as per the ATN guidelines (p20).
All completed applications and accompanying letters of support must be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org by 9am Monday 22 October, 2018.
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