This Special, published
for SEDA’s 20th anniversary, explores the impact of the Small Grant
scheme. Since its inception SEDA has made funds available each year for those
in the educational development community to conduct timely and relevant
projects. For the first time, this Special showcases the outcomes and impact –
on practice and on careers – of a range of successful SEDA Small Grant
projects. The projects featured remain timely themes in educational
development, including student voice and inclusive assessment,
interdisciplinary working to effect change, new lecturer orientation and
capacity-building in pedagogic research. There are also reflections from
successful grant winners beyond the featured topics, suggesting how engaging
with SEDA and the projects enabled through the Small Grant scheme both built
confidence and conferred legitimacy on educational development research. These
are valuable goals, well worth celebrating in SEDA’s 20th year.


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