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Cambridge Centre for Teaching and Learning

 

Advice and support can be found in the TLIF Guide 2020-21.

 

Q&A Session for Prospective Applicants

This Q&A session is designed for prospective applicants to the TLIF, and will be of interest to anyone considering a bid in the round closing 1 April 2020.

The session will be informal and will focus on clarifying aspects of the bidding and selection process, identifying potential collaborative bids, and ensuring robust review and evaluation of projects. The session will be attended by members of the CCTL, UIS and the Digital Teaching and Learning Sub-committee. Past winners will also be invited to share their experiences and participate in a panel session.

Drop-in places are available, but registering in advance is requested in order to ensure room availability. There will be no need to produce your ticket on arrival. Catering will not be provided, but please feel free to bring your lunch if you wish.

 

Details of how to register will be provided in due course

Date: February 2020, date TBC

Location: Student Services Centre, New Museums Site

 

 

Alternatively, you may email the team at tlif@admin.cam.ac.uk with any queries.

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