Congratulations to Spring 2024 Winners of TLTR Pilot Grants

The TLTR received an extremely competitive set of applications this Spring for the Technology for Innovative Learning & Teaching Pilot Project Grants (aka TLTR Pilot Project Grants). We are delighted to award grants to the following four faculty from two schools and four different departments.

Find out more here: 2024 Pilot Projects

TLTR Meeting Agenda, Friday, May 3

Here is the agenda for this Friday’s meeting of the Teaching, Learning, and Technology Roundtable (TLTR).  We will have presentations from past TLTR Pilot Recipients:





Funding for Monthly or Annual Academic Software Licenses

Academic Software FundingThe Teaching, Learning, and Technology Roundtable (TLTR) is delighted to offer funding for academic software licenses, including popular tools like ChatGPT Plus, for faculty keen on enhancing their teaching and research. We invite you to apply via the TLTR Academic Software Request Form. Our process is straightforward: secure your software, share your insights through a brief report, and potentially transform your academic practice. Funding is allocated on a first-come, first-served basis, tailored for lower-cost applications with monthly or annual licensing feeds to ensure broad accessibility. Requests will be vetted by Instructional Technology staff. For larger projects, please consult our Guidelines page. Seize this opportunity to integrate cutting-edge technology into your work, supported by the Instructional Technology team.

TLTR Meeting Agenda, Friday, March 1

The TLTR will meet Friday, March 1, 11 am – noon, via Zoom.  Members should have the link in their calendar invitation. The agenda is below:

  1. Canvas Search Tools, Brenda Adrian
  2. Canvas grade entry pilot, Brenda Adrian
  3. Final input on Canvas enrollment syncing,
  4. Classroom subcommittee charge and membership?
  5. Input on laptop loaner service pilot
  6. TLTR Pilot subcommittee membership?
  7. Announcements
    1. Innovation fellowship application deadline extended to March 4
    2. i4 speaker: Mr. Kurtis Minder (CEO and co-founder of GroupSense), will give a talk titled “Cybersecurity: More than a Career, a Purpose” on Friday March 1st, 2024 at 1.00 pm (CT) in Carter Auditorium (JBWS 186).

Agenda for TLTR Meeting, Friday, December 8, 11 am – 12:15 pm

Our next TLTR meeting is Friday, December 8, 11 am – 12:15 pm on Zoom.

Reflecting on a Semester with ChatGPT

It’s been a year since ChatGPT arrived, and we’ve just completed a semester of full use with AI syllabus policies.  The Teaching, Learning, and Technology Roundtable (TLTR) will host a conversation to debrief where we are and what actions we need to take.  What have you noticed about the use of generative AI on campus? What has gone well? What are the challenges? Where do we need more guidance? What can the TLTR do to help faculty, staff and students adjust to generative AI? Join us Friday, December 8. 11 am – 12:15 pm on Zoom to discuss. For those who can’t make it, please share your input here: (Requires St. Edward’s log-in.)

TLTR Meeting Agenda, Friday, November 17, 2023

We will spend this meeting looking at ChatGPT and GenerativeAI.

  • Ensure you have set up a ChatGPT account. You can use your St. Edward’s google account and authenticate with google to set up your account: Directions for set up
  • If you would like ChatGPT Plus, sign up here, and TLTR will fund a license if you commit to use it and report back.