David Young (Research Funding & Policy Manager)
Research and Business Services
Finding Funding for Pedagogic
Research
1
Here’s the plan…
Finding Funding with Research
Professional: what it is,
registration, funding searches,
personalised emai...
Finding funding with Research
Professional
Go to:
http://researchprofessional.com
Register
Log in
Basic overview
Funding s...
Register for our next event
Finding Research Funding
9th
July, 2pm
Book via Donna Smith
(donna.c.smith@northumbria.ac.uk)
Funds research in Higher Education
policy and practice
Prize for Newer Researchers
£3K
Support of senior SRHE mentor
Close...
Case Study: Dr Saranne Weller, KCL
“…students as co-developers of learning
and teaching: redefining expertise and
student ...
Small Development Projects
Up to £10K per project
Last round: 10 funded of 46 applications
Wider remit than just pedagogic...
Funds research in social sciences and
humanities
Small Research Grants
£500 - £10,000 for up to 2 years
Only funds direct ...
Case study: Dr Nalita James, Leicester
“…investigating the learning transitions of
Access to HE students”
Case study: Dr J...
Catalyst Fund
Larger scale, strategic proposals
Key themes include:
Student Engagement
Enhancement of Teaching & Learning
...
Thank you for listening
…any questions?
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  • As I said earlier, I used Research Professional to find funders for this presentation. The University subscribes to Research Professional, it is a comprehensive research news and funding database which also sends personalised email alerts to registered users. All research active members of staff should set up an account. You can access this from a PC on campus without a password, as a guest, but you won’t be able to save any searches or set up your email alert. You can also set up your own registration, which means that you can save searches and use them to set up a targeted email alert based around your areas of interest. We don’t have time to demo Research Professional in this session, so if anyone is interested we can run a little demo after the presentation or you can get in touch with either myself or David I’m now going to hand over to David who will show you how to link to Research Professional from the Northumbria Research Support Blog.
  • The Society for Research into Higher Education is a UK-based international learned society which is interested in advancing understanding of higher education, through research and scholarship. Each year the Society invites applications from Newer Researchers to enter a research proposal for a small scale project. The successful SRHE prize winner receives a number of benefits from the Society in addition to the prize money awarded to fund the selected project. Entry is open to all and not restricted to current SRHE Members.  There are 2 prizes of £3,000 available for a research project of one year’s duration. These awards are intended to provide support for early stage researchers in the field of higher education research to enable them to: undertake a research project in their own right develop research skills which will help advance their research career
  • The Society for Research into Higher Education is a UK-based international learned society which is interested in advancing understanding of higher education, through research and scholarship. Each year the Society invites applications from Newer Researchers to enter a research proposal for a small scale project. The successful SRHE prize winner receives a number of benefits from the Society in addition to the prize money awarded to fund the selected project. Entry is open to all and not restricted to current SRHE Members.  There are 2 prizes of £3,000 available for a research project of one year’s duration. These awards are intended to provide support for early stage researchers in the field of higher education research to enable them to: undertake a research project in their own right develop research skills which will help advance their research career
  • Pedagogic research funding 1 july 2013

    1. 1. David Young (Research Funding & Policy Manager) Research and Business Services Finding Funding for Pedagogic Research 1
    2. 2. Here’s the plan… Finding Funding with Research Professional: what it is, registration, funding searches, personalised email alerts Sources of Funding for Pedagogic Research: selection of funders and case studies
    3. 3. Finding funding with Research Professional Go to: http://researchprofessional.com Register Log in Basic overview Funding search Advanced search Set up email alerts
    4. 4. Register for our next event Finding Research Funding 9th July, 2pm Book via Donna Smith (donna.c.smith@northumbria.ac.uk)
    5. 5. Funds research in Higher Education policy and practice Prize for Newer Researchers £3K Support of senior SRHE mentor Closed in 2013 Annual Research Awards Up to £10K HE Policy, HE and Society, HE in Practice Up to £5K for scoping awards Open 1st July – 1st September Society for Research into Higher Education
    6. 6. Case Study: Dr Saranne Weller, KCL “…students as co-developers of learning and teaching: redefining expertise and student voice through student participation in professional development.” This Scoping award in 2012 followed an SRHE New Researcher Award in 2008 Networks – Newer Researchers Dr Weller is one of the convenors of this group Society for Research into Higher Education
    7. 7. Small Development Projects Up to £10K per project Last round: 10 funded of 46 applications Wider remit than just pedagogical research Examples: The experiences of innovators in learning and teaching How can we promote a greater mutual appreciation and understanding between students, academics and professional service staff? Leadership Foundation for HE
    8. 8. Funds research in social sciences and humanities Small Research Grants £500 - £10,000 for up to 2 years Only funds direct costs Relatively straightforward app form Next round open Sept – Nov 2013 British Academy/Leverhulme Trust
    9. 9. Case study: Dr Nalita James, Leicester “…investigating the learning transitions of Access to HE students” Case study: Dr John Jerrim, IoE “…investigating socio-economic differences in HE: a cross-national comparison” Case study: Dr Marie Stowell, Worcester “…investigating student academic failure and reassessment: policy and practice in UK Higher Education” British Academy/Leverhulme Trust
    10. 10. Catalyst Fund Larger scale, strategic proposals Key themes include: Student Engagement Enhancement of Teaching & Learning Student participation and success Knowledge exchange (inc. student entrepreneurship) Need institutional buy-in Iterative application with guidance from HEFCE consultants HEFCE
    11. 11. Thank you for listening …any questions?
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