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

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

Presenter: Tilly Hinton, Higher Education Consultant

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.

 

Event Details
Staff Only Event open only to UNSW Staff
40 Seats available
Free

Location

LTU Workshop Room, Level 4, Mathews Building


Key Contact
Learning and Teaching Unit
50044