CLeaR Fellowships

CLeaR Fellows form a multi-disciplinary community of practice dedicated to developing and disseminating effective teaching strategies.

Please note: CLeaR is soon to be disestablished and some of our activities will be distributed to other areas of the University. We are no longer taking formal consultations, however, you are welcome to enquire with us in February/March 2020 for an update. Contact us.

The CLeaR Fellowships brings together up to nine academic or professional staff members (one from each faculty, one from Libraries and Learning Services and/or one from central services) who are allocated up to a 0.2 FTE time release over a 12 month period. CLeaR Fellows develop and disseminate effective teaching strategies around a key university learning and teaching priority.

Current and previous cohorts

View a full list of CLeaR Fellows and their annual Fellowship themes. 

Programme aims

  • Proactively acknowledge teaching and learning leadership and development within the University.
  • Improve teaching, learning and assessment practices aligned to the University's strategic priorities.
  • Facilitate inclusive teaching.
  • Support the growth and dissemination of internationally significant teaching and learning developments.

Achievements during the year will be disseminated through various showcases, and as a collection of teaching cases in print and digital format. The broad aim is to inform and encourage colleagues to try out innovative methods. Publication in international Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) journals offers an opportunity to share the local experience beyond the institution.