Faculty Development Opportunity: TLTR Pilot Project Grants

The Teaching, Learning, and Technology Roundtable (TLTR) invites proposals for the Technology for Innovative Learning & Teaching Pilot Project Grants (TLTR Pilot Project Grants) for 2016-2017.

istock-collaboration-cluster-innovationThe TLTR will be awarding grants worth up to $5,000 to fund innovative teaching projects that incorporate new technologies and can be used as a model for other faculty. This year you may seek funding for specific technologies, conference costs, student research assistants, and other needs.

Note regarding combined proposals: If you plan to submit an Innovation Fellowship proposal in addition to a TLTR pilot project grant application, you need not complete the full TLTR proposal form. Rather, you need only to complete the abbreviated TLTR Pilot supplement to the Innovation Fellowship proposal form.

Pre-Proposals are due February 1, 2016. Instructional Technology staff will review pre-proposals to make sure the proposed pilot is feasible or necessary. Instructional Technology may recommend alternate technologies, confirm that the university already possesses proposed technologies, and give advice on the project budget.

Final Proposals are due by February 22, 2016. TLTR will not accept final proposals if a pre-proposal was not received and reviewed.3D_Teaching_400x266

More details and the Grant Proposal Guide are available on the TLTR website at http://think.stedwards.edu/tltr/pilotprojects.

If you have any questions about the Pilot Project Grants or would like to discuss possible projects, please contact either of the TLTR Co-Chairs: