Professor Kathy Armour
Pro Vice-Chancellor (Education)
“Teaching in a contemporary, research-intensive university is all about engaging students in challenging, transformative and authentic learning experiences. Here at the University of Birmingham we are always keen to learn more about ‘what works’. EEF encourages staff to innovate with impact, collaborate with colleagues to share good practice, and co-create new practices with students.”
The University of Birmingham has invested in an Educational Enhancement Fund since 2010. Each year, staff are invited to apply for funding to undertake work that will enhance and innovate learning and teaching.
In the most recent bidding round, there were four strands of funding available, enabling colleagues at all stages of their careers to work on projects that will lead to clear outcomes and sustained impact that benefit the University as a whole.
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