JISC ITT: A study on how UK further and higher education institutions are supporting effective learners in a digital age
The Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC) wishes to commission a study on how UK further and higher education institutions are supporting the development of effective learners in a digital age through the implementation of relevant institution-wide strategies and policies. These will be strategies and policies which embed technology to enhance the learning experience and ensure provision for the development of learning literacies for a digital age.
The main deliverables of the study are 10 institutional case studies and a final report with recommendations for further and higher education on how to develop effective institution-wide strategies and practices which better support effective learners in a digital age. The report and case studies are to be delivered to JISC in July 2010.
Total funding of £30,000 (including VAT, travel and subsistence) is available for this project.
The deadline for proposals is 12 noon UK time on Friday 11 December 2009.
A full version of the ITT can be found here http://www.jisc.ac.uk/fundingopportunities/funding_calls/2009/11/strateffectlearnitt.aspx