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British Society for Geomorphology - Digital Education/Outreach Resources Call

Deadline: 1st February 2021

Maximum Value: £5000

Total Available: £5000


The Geomorphology Outreach Grant supports projects that seek to promote geomorphology as a science and/or the British Society for Geomorphology to a public audience and in education. The Covid-19 pandemic has meant traditional face-to-face engagement activities have not been possible resulting in a large uptake of digital tools. This one-off call will support innovation for sharing geomorphology in the digital realm. This could be the development of web-based materials, digital games, videos, animations, or anything else you can imagine that means we can continue to share the importance of, and our love for, our science whilst we cannot be together. All applications must demonstrate the benefit of the project to the Society.

To apply please use the "Apply" form for the standard Outreach Grant call here.


Examples of benefits for the Society –

Increases public understanding and interest in geomorphology

Stimulates discussion about geomorphology and its relevance to global issues and society

Encourages and supports the teaching of geomorphology at all levels of education

Equips people (eg, Members, Teachers) to further geomorphology outreach and education


Costs we cannot cover –

Salary costs

Purchasing of computer and camera equipment unless integral to the application

Academic meetings


Conditions for all applications –

The following conditions apply for all applications, if you cannot guarantee these will be met we cannot support your application. Further conditions may be applied as appropriate to individual applications.

All activities must be free to the public from point of access.

Acknowledge BSG and Wiley where appropriate, including display of the BSG logo on all produced materials

Any resources produced must be made freely and easily available to the membership for as long as the BSG wishes. This includes lessons plans, posters, activity sheets, books, etc.

Claim the award within 1 month of notification, otherwise the BSG reserves the right to withdraw the grant award

Provide a written report to the Secretary of the Outreach and Education Committee within 12 months of claiming the award to be shared with the Membership - we encourage this to be in the form of a blog post we can share through the Society’s channels.