Learning and Teaching Grant Winners 2014
The Office for Learning & Teaching (OLT) administers the learning and teaching grant scheme for Australian universities, on behalf of the Department of Education, Australian Government.
OLT Learning & Teaching Grants
Assessing the utility of an online adaptive learning tool in a large undergraduate programme. (Seed Project, $22,000)
Lead Institution: The University of Adelaide
Project Leader: Dr Matthew Dry, School of Psychology.
Translating concept into practice: enabling teachers to blueprint flipped learning approaches in first-year health sciences. (Innovation and Development Project, $225,000)
Lead Institution: The University of Adelaide; Partner Institutions: Australian Catholic University, University of Tasmania.
Project Leader: Ms Sophie Karanicolas, School of Dentistry.
OLT National Teaching Fellowship
Realising research modes of learning for Masters by coursework using state-based clusters. ($90,000)
Dr John Willison, School of Education
Other OLT Grants
The University of Adelaide is a partner institution in the following OLT Grants awarded in 2014:
Smart casual 2: promoting excellence in sessional teaching in law. ($225,000)
Lead Institution: Flinders University; Partner Institutions: James Cook University, The University of Adelaide, The University of New South Wales, The University of Western Australia.
UA Project Team member: Ms Anne Hewitt, Law School.
Assessing the assessments: evidencing and benchmarking student learning outcomes in chemistry. ($217,000)
Lead Institution: The University of Sydney; Partner Institutions: Curtin University, Deakin University, Macquarie University, Queensland University of Technology, The University of Adelaide, University of Wollongong.
UA Project Team member: Professor Simon Pyke, School of Chemistry and Physics.
University of Adelaide Grants
Learning and Teaching Implementation Grants
No University Grants currently listed for 2014.
No Faculty Grants currently listed for 2014.