UCML Small Grants Outcomes: Round One 2021-22

We are delighted to announce that the following applications were successful in the first round of the UCML Small Grants Fund 2021/22. We recognise that given the current public health crisis the organisation of these events may have to be rethought, but we will continue to support them should they be postponed or redesigned.

We received seven applications and made awards to four projects, amounting to £2142.21.

Emmanuelle Labeau (Aston University)

Project: ‘What CLIL is…’, a series of online training sessions on the possible uses of CLIL (Content and Language Integrated Learning) in primary schools.

Luise Morawetz (University of Oxford)

Project: to support the workshop ‘The Murbach Hymns and MS. Junius 25’.

Rachel Scott and Rosalind Harvey (Royal Holloway, University of London)

Project: Translation Tales: Ancient Fables on the Streets of London, a real-world translation game to take place in London.

Pauline Souleau and Aisling Crean (University of St Andrews)

Project: To support the production of a French multimedia database, intended as a digital platform and structured depository of multimedia resources in French for pupils and undergraduate students.

We wish all successful applicants every success with their projects and will be posting project reports in due course.

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