2012 Awards: Coherent Curriculum and Access to HE
In 2012 the panel funded 17 projects, each for up to £5k to support the development of learning and teaching activities. By funding twice as many projects as in previous years it was intended to offer additional institutional support for work done in preparation for 2012.
Four projects were funded under the priority theme of Access to HE. Thirteen projects were funded under the priority theme of Coherent Curriculum. Relevant resources are:
- the list of funded projects – congratulations to all the award winners
- the 2012 call for proposals document with more information on the two priority themes
- the ReCap recording of the dissemination and welcome event (December 2011) with project updates from the 2011 Innovation Fund project teams. Their slides are also available:
|Suzanne Cholerton: introduction||Moira Bent: project update|
|Alison Clapp: project update||Rachel Lofthouse: project update|
|Phil Ansell: project update||Grace Cooper: project update|
|Lindsey Ferrie: project update||Simon Cotterill: project update|
Mei-Yen Chan (Food and Human Nutrition) and her students have set up a project using Facebook to help BSc students on the Singapore and Newcastle campuses to interact with each other. Their project update is presented as a video interview.
The following list of project outputs will be updated as projects progress. Outputs so far are: