The two year ePioneers initiative, supported by the Learning and Teaching Development Fund, targets a wide range of practitioners to integrate eLearning or eManagement into their practice. Over thirty members of staff are involved, organised into 13 collaborative ePioneer groups. After the December launch 2006, each group is adopting, trialling and disseminating innovative ways of supporting research, teaching, learning and administration through new technologies. The focus is on quick-gain methods which can be make a difference.The initiative is poised to bring about a culture change in the School of Education and will disseminate good practice across the university to enhance the e-learning strategy. The eLearning Strategy Group is responsible for driving the initiative but the momentum of the programme is remarkable due to its 'bottom up' approach.