Updated: JISC funding call: projects in assessment and feedback

JISC Innovation Programme: Call for Projects in Assessment and Feedback
 The Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC) invites institutions to submit funding proposals for projects to implement and evaluate institutional change in technology-enhanced assessment and feedback.
 Funding is available for:
  •  Up to 10 Strand A projects funded between £100,000 to £200,000 each (15 months to two years funded duration);
  • Up to 6 Strand B projects funded at up to £20,000 each (6 months to two years funded duration) ;
  • Up to 4 Strand C projects funded at up to £40,000 each (9 months to two years funded duration). 
The deadline for proposals is 12 noon UK time on Friday, 15 July 2011.
 A briefing event will be held online via Elluminate on Thursday 9 June 2011 at 2pm.  More details in paragraph 3 of the call document (at link below).
 
Note the usual eligibility criteria:
Proposals may be submitted by HE institutions funded via HEFCE…  FE institutions in England that teach HE to more than 400 FTEs are also eligible to bid provided proposals demonstrate how the work supports the HE in FE agenda.
 
 
Update note:
Briefing recording available here
Very helpfully, I also received an additional bit of info (via Kenji L of RSC Scotland North & East) that David Nicol of REAP [Re-Engineering Assessment Practices] had put on this website to help when it comes to thinking about principles for your bid – our thanks to them both!  🙂  [Do reference the document if you use the ideas]
 
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