Funding opportunities and a fellowship

                                            ESCalate funding:                                        
 … “funding is intended to support innovative teaching and scholarship amongst teachers and lecturers from across the UK who work on higher education programmes within Education, Continuing Education and Life Long Learning. We are particularly interested in receiving bids from teams within the HE in FE sector”  [Deadline January 31st. £5,000 per award]  More information

JISC funding – invitation to submit funding proposals for project to be part of its e-content programme 2011.  Funding up to total of  £400,000 (5-7 projects).  Deadline 10th December.  See more – and browse this website for other opportunities too.  Note eligibility criteria.

The support centre for Open Resources in Education (SCORE) is inviting applications for short-term fellowships.  “Designed for people with little or no experience of Open Educational Resources (OER), this will provide a thorough grounding in both production and use of OER.  The Fellowship consists of distance learning elements and a one week intensive residential course in Milton Keynes.” More details.  Closing date is 21st October, 2010

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About intouchwithhe

Keeping in touch with HE: for HE in FE / HE staff. Oriented towards: *Staff Development - esp. relating to teaching, learning and scholarship. *Supporting student transition to HE level study and their engagement / progression. *Policy updates that have impact on the sector. *Links to partners and partner activities (like the Higher Education Academy)
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