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PLanT and T&L Innovation funding schemes open for applications


Two funding schemes for creative and innovative Teaching & Learning related projects are now open for applications, supported by the Centre for Quality Support and Development.

Partnerships in Learning & Teaching Projects

Funding of up to £500 for small-scale collaborative projects is available for students and staff to work together to identify problems, find solutions, and enhance teaching and learning at the University.

In 2020/21 the scheme funded a number of projects, including one which explored the experience of disabled students in the School of Law with blended learning, and the student-staff team’s work resulted in short and long-term recommendations.

Apply for PLanT funding by 17:00 Monday 15 November 2021.

PLanT projects showcase webinar – 11:00-12:00, 2 November 2021

Our showcase webinar will host colleagues and students who received PLanT funding last academic year to talk about their projects, on themes including blended learning, peer-assisted learning, and the experiences of disabled students.

Sign up to the event on UoRLearn.


Teaching & Learning Innovation Funding

This scheme supports enhancing Teaching & Learning and/or the student experience through small-scale initiatives across the University.

You might apply to fund a staff training session, or catering for a focus group meeting with students (guidance permitting).  All ideas will be considered.

Applications are considered on a rolling basis, with up to £1,500 available in funding per project. All funding must be spent and cleared by 31 July 2022.

Find out more about the scheme and download an application form.

The Teaching and Learning Development Fund (TLDF) supports these two schemes and others, including:



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