Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education

D2L / ASCILITE Research Grants – No longer offered

ASCILITE teamed with D2L to offer research/scholarship grants to ASCILITE members to fund research and/or development of projects in the area of technology enhanced learning and teaching in higher education. This initiative began in 2020 with $10,000 being made available for projects in 2020 – 2021 and again in 2021 – 2022 and 2022 -2023.

Previous Successful Grant Recipients

2022 – 2023

Exploring the value and impact of digital and online micro credentials of industry learner professionals in Australia

  • Leanne Ngo (La Trobe University)
  • Kashmira Dave (University of New England)
  • Keith Heggart (University of Technology Sydney)


A longitudinal examination of student learning practices with technology

  • Jason Lodge(University of Queensland)
  • Jaclyn Broadbent (Deakin University)
  • Paula de Barba (Monash University)

2021 – 2022

A Gamification Approach in Cyber Security Teaching to Enhance Student Learning

  • Jabed Chowdhury (La Trobe University)
  • Bhavani Sridharan and Kamanashis Biswas (Australian Catholic University)

Investigating the professional identity of university learning designers across Australasia

  • Sharon Altena (Queensland University of Technology)
  • Rebecca Ng (Australian National University)
  • Meredith Hinze (University of Melbourne)

2020 – 2021

Video feedback in assessment: A protocol for tertiary music teaching

  • Carol Johnson (University of Melbourne)
  • Alana Blackburn (University of New England)

Faculty assessment practices in response to COVID-19: opportunities for innovative futures

  • Kathryn Coleman (University of Melbourne)
  • Kate Mitchell (University of Melbourne)
  • Patsie Polly (University of NSW)
  • Christine Slade (University of Queensland)

Institutional Members