The Learning and Teaching Investment Fund supports initiatives that enable RMIT University to realise its strategic objectives in learning and teaching.
Funding for projects to improve student experience and outcomes.
The fund aims to encourage and support educational practices that are characterised by scholarly approaches to effective teaching, which lead to quality learning experiences for students; which use technology and learning spaces in innovative ways and which provide students with a cohort experience that makes a difference to their lives. LTIF outcomes are expected to lead to improved student satisfaction and performance levels.
All RMIT University staff with direct responsibility for conducting and supporting learning and teaching activities are invited to apply.
In line with the new strategic plan, Ready for Life and Work: Shaping RMIT to 2020, a decision will be made about the Learning and Teaching Investment Fund by the incoming Deputy Vice-Chancellor Education, Professor Belinda Tynan.
Projects funded in 2015