5 Oct 2016
Submissions sought for 2017 Teaching Innovation Awards
Applications are now being invited for funding under the 2017 Teaching Innovation Awards.
These high profile awards support individuals or teams of staff or students and staff to develop and share innovative teaching ideas both internally and externally. These awards are a key part of the University’s commitment to developing teaching and learning, and attract significant attention.
Previous winners have been invited to speak at conferences, to deliver workshops and to publish their developed ideas. We hope our 2017 winners will seize the available opportunities to disseminate their excellence in teaching innovation to support developments across our two campuses but also across the higher education sector.
Staff and/or students with ideas to innovate current learning and teaching practice at Loughborough drawing on research, literature, pilot studies or a variety of approaches are encouraged to apply for funding.
This year an increased sum of £30,000 has been ring fenced for these key awards, and applications are being sought from students and staff on both our campuses.
Guidance documents and application forms can be found on the Centre for Academic Practice (CAP) website as CAP administers the awards for the University.
The closing date for applications is 28 February. The decision panel, with membership from across the university including Loughborough Students’ Union, will meet in late March. Award winners will be notified in April and their success announced publicly at the 2017 Loughborough University Learning and Teaching Conference in June 2017.
If you have an idea which you would like to discuss prior to submitting an application please contact Deena Ingham in CAP.