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Experiential Education (EE) funded projects

These projects focused upon embedding Experiential Education (EE) within undergraduate or graduate degree programs using community focused or work focused EE strategies.

There are four funding categories.

  • Category I: Pan-University AIF Projects
  • Category II: Curricular Innovation Grants
  • Category III: Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) Grants
  • Category IV: Open Access Teaching and Learning Grants


2018 - present

Phase 3

Curricular Innovation Grants were open to full-time and contract faculty members.

  • Grants for eLearning support course redesign incorporating blended learning, fully online learning or the flipped classroom
  • Grants for EE support the embedding of three (3) EE Strategies: Classroom-focused, Community-focused, and Work-focused (work-integrated learning).
  • Grants for Internationalization support the embedding of international perspectives/opportunities.

A full list of grants that were awarded can be found here.

The AIF awarded 25 Open Access Teaching & Learning grants (Category IV) for 2020 - 2021.

Open Access Teaching and Learning Grants were open to full-time and contract faculty members to encourage the development of open access learning resources during COVID-19. The focus of the call is on non-curricular initiatives to provide engagement opportunities and support to our current, incoming, and prospective students as well as to members of the public.

A list of awarded grants can be found here.


2015 - 2018

Phase 2

Experiential Education Curricular Innovation Grants under Phase 2 of the Academic Innovation Fund, can be found here.


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