Innovations in Teaching Using Technology Grant

Innovations in Teaching Using Technology Grant

Innovations in Teaching Using Technology Grant

The Innovations in Teaching Using Technology Grant is sponsored by Provost and the Faculty Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning. This grant is principally targeted to initiatives that are innovative, scalable, adaptable, and applicable to teaching. Full-time faculty members (tenure track and non-tenure track) are eligible to apply (ALL campuses). Joint proposals may be submitted by two or more faculty where collaboration is an essential element in the proposal. Award amount: ranges up to $2000. Deadline: November 30, 2020.

Innovations in Teaching Using Technology Grant Instructions

Previous winners:

2019

2018

Biren and McCall

2017


          Kitson

          McGlynn & Kowak

          Zhang

2016  

2015  

2014  

2013  

2012  

2011  

2010

  • Joe Giampalmi, Writing Arts, "Camtasia in the Classroom"
  • Karen Heinz, Mathematics, "Using Video to Capture How Students Use Manipulatives to Solve Mathematical Tasks"
  • Karen Magee-Sauer, Physics & Astronomy, "Video Demonstrations and Video Solutions in Physics & Astronomy"
  • Melanie Stewart, Theatre & Dance, "Video 'Flip' Camera Classroom Integration in the Teaching of Dance Composition and Choreography"

2009  

  • Mark Berkey-Gerard, Journalism and Candace Kelley, Journalism, "The Journalism Convergence Project"

2008

  • Marlena Herman, Mathematics, "Nspiring Mathematics"
  • Bill Wolff, Writing Arts, "Reconceiving WRT by Introducing Multimodal Video Composition, Oral History, and Educational Outreach"

2007

  • Tom Fusco, Theatre & Dance, "Tablet PC"

2006

  • Robert Newland, Chemistry & Biochemistry, "Instrument Training Using Video Techniques"

2005

  • Harriet Hartman, Sociology, "Sociology On-Line Pro-Seminar"

2004

  • Tom Fusco, Theatre & Dance, "Adding Steaming Video to the Stagecraft Website"