Checklist of application requirements:
Complete proposal form, submitted online
Detailed project budget
Letter from Chair or Program Director sent directly to email@example.com
Consultation with an A&S LD&T Instructional Designer (recommended)
Proposal Deadline: 5:00 pm on March 25, 2019.
Important Information for LTi Applicants:
Please read the information in the sections below prior to completing your proposal.
Funding may be awarded at the following levels:
- $2,000 for one–two faculty to develop a short-term project impacting a small group of students
- $10,000 for a small group of faculty working across two or more courses to develop a year-long project impacting students
- $25,000+ for a group of faculty working across multiple courses or disciplines to develop a multi-year project impacting a significant number of students
Funding may be awarded to cover faculty summer wages, student wages, necessary tools and technology, and other miscellaneous items. Please note that this grant does not cover travel or conference attendance.
Equipment purchased with LTi funding is the property of the College and Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, and must be returned to LD&T at the end of the grant term.
Evaluation of Proposals
Successful proposals will demonstrate a connection between the proposed project and teaching strategies, pedagogies, or learning technologies that have been shown to enhance effectiveness of undergraduate education.
Information for Funded Projects
Grant recipients will be notified by May 1, 2019. Funding will be available after July 1, 2019, and must be spent before May 30, 2020. All projects will be assigned an A&S Learning Design & Technology consultant at the point of award notification. Funded projects will require the following:
- Consultation with A&S Learning Design & Technology, for support from project design through implementation
- Participation in LTi faculty community activities once per semester
- Presentation of the project at one or more College or University events
- Completion of an assessment process for the project