http://www.heacademy.ac.uk/css/hea2/images/hea2-header-bg-swirl.pngDelegates at Changing the Learning Landscape events will have opportunities to bid for small grants for projects that lead to embedding learning technologies.
Changing the Learning Landscape (CLL) aims to bring about changes in approaches to technology in learning and teaching within higher education institutions.
As part of CLL, the HEA is running a number of free one-day CPD workshops to provide a practical introduction to the use of learning technologies for HE staff.
Up to £5,000 of funding will be available at each event. Individual attendees will be invited to bid for between £500 and £2,500 to help them fund small-scale projects to embed the use of technology within their institutions.
The workshops are running until 29 May 2013 at venues across the country. Some are designed to suit academic staff and some are aimed at staff with curriculum and teaching development and support roles. Themes of the events include social media, mobile learning and digital literacies.
CLL is a HEFCE funded project being run collaboratively between Jisc, the National Union of Students (NUS), the Association for Learning Technology (ALT), the Leadership Foundation for Higher Education and the HEA.
For more information please visit the CLL pages of the HEA website.