Pilot Projects

Technology for Innovative Learning & Teaching Pilot Project Grants

CFP for Grants in 2020-2021

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Projects for 2019-2020 Academic Year

The Teaching, Learning, and Technology Roundtable (TLTR) congratulates the winners of Technology for Innovative Learning & Teaching Pilot Project Grants for 2019. These grants fund faculty who wish to pursue innovative and technologically-sophisticated teaching. All proposals are evaluated by the TLTR Grants Selection sub-committee, comprised of at least 3 faculty members, the director of the center for teaching excellence, 1 instructional technology staff member, and the TLTR co-chair. Abstracts are available on the 2019 Pilot Projects Webpage. Projects will be completed in Summer or Fall 2019 or Spring 2020. This year’s grants include projects that enhance learning spaces on campus, reduce barriers for faculty work, support development of student data skills, and explore virtual reality to support experiential learning.  The winning projects for 2019 are:

New Attendance Application Integrated with Canvas

  • Robert Denton Bryant, Assistant Professor, Visual Studies
  • Drew Loewe, Associate Professor, Literature, Writing, and Rhetoric

Crime Scene Investigations (CSI) Virtual Reality Project

  • Casie Parish Fisher, Associate Professor, Forensic Science

Expanding Use of Wireless Projection in the Classroom

  • Kim Garza, Associate Professor, Graphic Design
  • Matthew Steffenson, Assistant Professor, Biology

Gathering Data Off-Campus for a Non-Profit in Marketing Research

  • Wesley Pollitte, Assistant Professor, Marketing and Entrepreneurship

 

 

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