UKLA Forms & Applications
UKLA Student Research Prize The UKLA Student Research Prize is awarded annually. The award is given for an outstanding student dissertation at undergraduate, post-graduate or higher degree level undertaken at a UK institution. The deadline is 1 November 2019.
The Brenda Eastwood Award for good practice in teaching for diversity and inclusion
UKLA invites members to nominate schools, Early Years practitioners, teachers, HE Tutors, publishers or librarians who have shown good practice in empowering children to respect and appreciate diversity.
These criteria draw on the theoretical and empirical work by Kucirkova, Littleton and Cremin, 2016 (Knowledge Transfer Partnership between BookTrust and the Open University), adopted and refined in conversation with UK primary school teachers and literacy specialists. For examples of literacy apps and information about children’s digital books corresponding to these and other criteria, check the Literacy Apps guide from the National Literacy Trust and information on the UKLA Special Interest Group for children’s digital books and literacy apps.
UKLA Digital Book Award Criteria ©2017. UKLA
To be completed by all applicants. Please read the criteria notes before completing this form and ensure you pay attention to:
- the relevance of the proposal to the aims and interests of UKLA
- the clarity of the aims of the proposal
- the suitability of the suggested methodology and the timescales
- the appropriateness of the budget