Making change happen: planning for impact in learning and teaching research

Presenter: Tilly Hinton, Higher Education Consultant
Making change happen: planning for impact in learning and teaching research

Engaged in or thinking about applying for a grant for learning and teaching either at UNSW or via the Office of Learning and Teaching? Impact will be a central consideration for your project and is now an explicit requirement for your application. Get a headstart on conquering the impact challenge with this hands-on workshop, facilitated by Tilly Hinton. 

Using the Impact Management Planning and Evaluation Ladder (IMPEL) - the nationally-mandated model of the OLT - and a range of other resources, you'll have an opportunity to hone your project approach and make a compelling case for its anticipated changes and benefits. The model prompts planning and reflection on change (from individual to systemic) that can be designed into a project approach, making it more likely the project will bring about considerable positive impacts for students, staff and higher education institutions. The workshop is practical and project-focused - bring an existing or potential project idea with you to make the most of the workshop activities.

Tilly will also be available (in a limited capacity) to discuss projects with staff in the afternoon of the 26th. Information for how to book a consultation will be shared with seminar registrants prior to the event.

This session will be held from 10am to 12pm.

26th May 2015, 10:00am to 2:00pm

LTU Workshop Room, Level 4, Mathews Building

Staff Only: Event open only to UNSW Staff
Learning and Teaching Unit