TLEF 2023-24 Funding Round
Universal Design for Learning Fellows Program
As part of the 2023 Small TLEF funding round, the Office of the Provost and Vice-President Academic has earmarked funding to support the development and delivery of a new Universal Design for Learning (UDL) Fellows Program to be launched in the spring of 2023. The Program will support faculty and staff to develop expertise in UDL through cohort-based professional development to help participants to redesign their courses to be more inclusive and accessible. Associate Deans Academic will nominate project teams in January 2023.
Large TLEF Transformation Projects Special Call: Hybrid and Multi-Access Course Redesign
The 2023-24 Large TLEF Transformation Projects Funding round will be a special call to UBC Vancouver academic units interested in experimenting with hybrid and multi-access course redesign projects. Approximately $1 million will be made available to support teams whose goal is to redesign multiple courses within a program to maximize flexibility and accessibility for students by combining both in-person and online elements within and/or across course activities.
Previous TLEF Special Calls – Closed
Interdisciplinary Team-Teaching Grant (ITTG) – 2020 Small TLEF – Closed
As part of the 2020 Small TLEF funding round, UBCV invited applications for Interdisciplinary Team-Teaching Grants. In alignment with UBC’s Strategic Plan (Strategy 14: Interdisciplinary Education), faculty members and/or departments interested in development of enhanced interdisciplinary content delivery for existing courses were able to apply for funding and central support resources through this special call.
Undergraduate Program Evaluation and Renewal (UPER) – 2019 Large TLEF – Closed
As part of the 2019 Large TLEF funding round, UBCV offered a Special Call for Undergraduate Program Evaluation and Renewal projects that align with UBC’s Strategic Plan (Strategy 12: Program Redesign). UPER funding supports departments in reframing undergraduate academic program design in terms of learning outcomes and competencies.