Charles Sturt University (CSU) established the Learning and Teaching Grants scheme in 2004 to support scholarship and enhance learning and teaching at CSU. The scholarship of teaching is the systematic and rigorous reflection on university learning and teaching by academic staff. It includes the development and evaluation of new approaches to teaching, critical discourse about learning and teaching, and analyses of professional and institutional cultures and frameworks as they impact on learning and teaching. The scholarship of teaching is relevant to all disciplines and professional fields within the University.
The CSU Learning and Teaching Grants guidelines were reviewed in 2016 to ensure greater alignment with the strategic priorities of CSU.
The purpose of the CSU Learning and Teaching Grants are to:
CSU L & T Grants - Activity
Friday 19 July (COB)
Expressions of Interest due.
Friday 30 August (COB)
CSU Learning and Teaching Grant applications due.
September – October
Evaluated by the Learning & Teaching Awards and Grants Committee.
Successful Grant recipients notified.
Nominations must be emailed to email@example.com
Learning and Teaching Grants Final Reports