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As educators, we want to improve the impact and effectiveness of learning and teaching, to give something back and to act as a force for social good. That’s where the OneHE Foundation comes in.
The OneHE Foundation funds great ideas to improve the student academic experience. 20% of all membership fees are held by the Foundation to invest in projects pitched and chosen by OneHE members, with the balance spent on developing the platform. The more the community grows, the more funding will be available.
Every four months, we hold a funding round during which OneHE members can submit a project to the community. Members can apply for up to £1,000 and Premium Members up to £3,000. And there are specific funds available to networks in the near future.
Projects must aim to improve the student academic experience and produce an output that benefits the wider community, such as a resource, toolkit or approach. Beyond that there are no restrictions and all ideas are welcome.
Everyone in the OneHE community can comment on your submission, helping you to refine your ideas before your project is put to a vote of the membership. Each member has one vote and an equal say in which projects are funded.
If your project is successful, we will showcase you and your project through a dedicated group where you can spread your results so everyone can see the impact of your work and benefit.
Our ambition is that the OneHE Foundation becomes an engine of innovation and change – a force to improve higher education for the benefit of all students and society.
“At York St John, we are passionate about learning and teaching and always looking for opportunities to develop our practice for the benefit of our students. OneHE offers a new way of approaching common challenges and opportunities in learning and teaching by building on the enthusiasm, expertise and innovation of individual educators.”
Professor Karen Stanton, Vice-Chancellor, York St John University