AIF Phase Four
Year 1 (2021-2022)
The purpose of the Fund is to support the implementation of projects to support York’s institutional priorities addressing teaching and learning and the student experience. It is intended to encourage innovation and change at York by supporting new initiatives or those that extend current initiatives in significant new ways. A focus for the upcoming year will be the embedding of strategies that explicitly advance the Sustainable Development Goals within the curriculum in alignment with the AIF priority areas.
There will be three categories of funding for 2021-2022.
Category I funding will support initiatives of Schools, Departments and/or Faculties to strategically embed one or more of the four indicated institutional priorities - eLearning, Experiential Education (EE), student success and retention strategies and internationalization within the curriculum - in undergraduate or graduate degrees.
Category II A funding will support curricular innovation projects.
Category II B will support Curricular Innovation - The Perpetual Course Model projects.
Category III funding will support Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) projects.
AIF Phase Four Application Package
- AIF Phase Four Application Guidelines
- AIF Category I Grant Application Form
- AIF Category I Project Plan and Budget Guideline
- AIF Category II A Curricular Innovation Grant Application Form
- AIF Category II B Curricular Innovation Grant – The Perpetual Course Model Application Form
- AIF Category III SoTL Grant Application Form
- Building a Better Future: York University Academic Plan 2020-2025
- Common language for Experiential Education
- Common language for eLearning
- Perpetual Course Model
- First Year Experience (curricular) Guide
- Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Guide
- Engaged Teaching at York document
- Additional reports & resources
AIF funding categories
York University’s AIF encourages teaching and learning innovation in priority areas by supporting new initiatives or by extending current projects in new and significant ways. In 2021-22 there are three AIF categories:
Supports pan-university, faculty or group-based projects that support academic innovation
Category II A
Supports individual full-time or contract faculty members for curricular innovation projects
Category II B
Supports individual full-time or contract faculty members for curricular Innovation - The Perpetual Course Model projects
Supports Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) projects
Teaching and learning priority areas
The AIF supports implementation of projects that advance York University's institutional priorities outlined in the University Academic Plan, Strategic Mandate Agreement and the Institutional Integrated Resource Plan.
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