The Leadership Foundation for Higher Education together with its partners Jisc, Association for Learning Technology (ALT), National Union of Students (NUS) and the Higher Education Academy (HEA) is inviting proposals from institutions to use consultancy expertise to support institutional change in the use of technology-enhanced learning and teaching, as part of the wider Hefce-funded programme to support the effective strategic use of learning technologies.
The Changing the Learning Landscape programme has been set up to support institutions in making strategic use of technology in learning and teaching with the aim of improving learning experiences in an efficient institutional context. The overall programme is managed by the Leadership Foundation. Changing the Learning Landscape will run for the academic year 2012-13. For further information about the programme please visit: www.lfhe.ac.uk/cll
We shall be supporting the development of ideas, strategies and plans that enable institutions to get to the next stage in their thinking on the use of new technologies in the learning and teaching environment. In 2012-13 up to 300 days of funded support and expertise will be given to approximately 50 universities or colleges in England that provide higher education. We invite you to apply for between 1 – 6 consultancy days to be used by Monday 1 July 2013 in the second round of applications which will close on Thursday 14 February 2013.
For further details please refer to the guidance notes.
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