The Australian Technology Network (ATN) offers significant Grants for Excellence in Learning and Teaching (link opens in new window). While details of the 2017 round (for projects in 2018) have yet to be announced, it is anticipated that applications will be due in November 2017. The will be preceded by a deadline for submission of applications from UniSA for internal review.
The Australian Technology Network (ATN) has established a collaborative grants scheme for Excellence in Learning and Teaching. The aim of the scheme is to provide funding to facilitate scholarship and research into learning and teaching and promote systemic change in the sector.
Authors are strongly advised to discuss their proposals with their Dean: Teaching and Learning or equivalent and Dr. Gavin Sanderson, Academic Developer: Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, well in advance of submission (e.g. 3 months). Advanced drafts or completed proposals must be submitted for internal review by the University's Learning and Teaching Grants and Awards Panel. The panel provides feedback on elements of proposals including an overarching recommendation to authors and to the Provost and Chief Academic Officer who must provide an endorsement for any proposal to be submitted to ATN.
The deadline for submission of applications for project work in 2018 has not yet been announced. It is anticipated that it will be be in mid-November 2017. Applications led by UniSA will need to be submitted at the beginning of November 2017 for internal review and endorsement. Extensions are not possible.