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Collaborators to be recognised in Outstanding Contributions to Teaching and Learning awards

Outstanding Contributions to Teaching and Learning awards

The team behind the Breaking Down Barriers project were among last year’s winners.

The outstanding efforts of those who go the extra mile with teaching will be recognised at this year’s University Collaborative Awards for Outstanding Contributions to Teaching and Learning.

The annual awards, hosted by the Centre for Quality Support and Development (CQSD), showcase the very best in collaborative projects that have been designed to enhance the student learning experience. 

We’re proud of our teaching and learning expertise at Reading, and want to reward those who make exceptional contributions to student development while working together with fellow colleagues. 

Examples of collaboration could include:

  • Working as a group to exceed goals beyond what could be achieved individually.
  • Working together to identify solutions to known learning barriers.
  • Carrying out work with a demonstrable positive impact on colleagues and/or students.  

All staff involved with teaching or the supporting of learning activities are welcome to submit a nomination. Visit the CQSD awards scheme page for the application form and guidelines – all applications must be received by 12.00 pm Monday 26 February. 

Unfortunately, late submissions will not be accepted. 

Further information is available on the CQSD awards scheme page. If you have any queries, please email

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