UKLA Research Grants
UKLA members are invited to apply for a UKLA research grant of up to £3000. We aim to work with you to promote informed decision making by literacy professionals, policymakers, and the public. Applications are particularly welcomed from teachers and other practitioners and from teacher/practitioner/academic partnerships.
The closing date for the next round of applications is November 1 2018.
UKLA supports and encourages work that focuses on literacy and literacy practices across the full life span, in a wide range of settings, and involving a range of community groups. For example contexts may involve homes, early years settings, primary and secondary schools, libraries, book groups or residential homes, and can be in the UK or beyond.
Related Special Interest Group
The Digital Literacies in Education SIG brings together those interested in sharing experiences from research and practice, exploring the learning environment, identifying gaps in provision, and developing a common language and framework – in relation to digital literacies.
Our award for an outstanding student dissertation at undergraduate, postgraduate or higher degree level