The videos from the keynote speakers are available below. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MIEQfrccVTM The slides for Sally Kift's presentation can be downloaded here and some notes about successful grants from 2014 can be downloaded here
These videos have been created to outline the OLT Grant application process and provide useful tips for those interested in applying for Learning and Teaching grants. Natalie Laifer, Acting Branch Manager, OLT: The OLT Grant Application Process Professor Jane den Hollander, Chair, OLT Grants Standing Committee: The OLT Grants Standing Committee Process Short version Extended version
FAILURE AS A PATHWAY TO SUCCESS
Transforming failed grant applications into successes
A workshop hosted by Deakin University
This workshop will provide an opportunity for participants to hear from highly qualified professionals in their field about their experiences of taking failure and transforming it into something positive.
9.30-10.00 Keynote: Monica Curro, Assistant Principal 2nd Violin, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra: What can auditions teach us? Learning from failure
10.00-10.30 Keynote: Sally Kift, Deputy Vice Chancellor – Academic, James Cook University: Transforming a failed grant application into success
10.30-11.00 Morning tea
11.00-12.00 Round table session 1: Dummy failed grant application
12.00-1.00 Round table session 2: Real failed grant application
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Wednesday 4 December, 11.00am - 5.00pm Monash University, Caulfield The symposium will showcase results from the OLT National Senior Teaching Fellowship - Developing Excellence in Teaching and Learning through a Peer Assisted Teaching Scheme (PATS). The day will also provide opportunities to learn more about participants' experiences of PATS, share ideas and innovations in teaching …
In the past year, the Office for Learning and Teaching (OLT) has held two symposiums in conjunction with The Conversation. The first symposium on The Rise of Online and Blended Learning was held on 22 October 2012. It was a great success, with over 4000 people tuning in to watch the live-stream online. An iPad app has …
Thank you for your interest in the workshop. We have received an overwhelming response and unfortunately cannot accept any further registrations. To those who have registered, we look forward to seeing you on June 5th.