Adelphi University is committed to the integration of instructional technology in the curriculum and to providing our students with first-rate technology experiences. To that end, the Provost’s Office announces the inaugural Instructional Technology Grants (ITG) for faculty. These grants will fund faculty initiatives that make innovative uses of technology that lead to improved/enhanced student outcomes. The maximum budget for these grants is $5,000, and the budget year is effective January, 2012 through August 2012. Please see the documents below for the actual call for proposals and the other required documents.
Please submit 10 hard copies to the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs, Social work, Room 116. Feel free to contact Mary Cortina.
Robert Danielowich and MaryJean McCarthy, Ruth S. Ammon School of Education, Finding and Shaping the Features of Video-Based Reflection Protocols that Support Student Teachers’ Instructional Decision-Making
Mark Grabowski, College of Arts & Sciences, Department of Communications, iJournalism: Using iPads for International Reporting
Kristin Hart, Library, Manhattan Center – Using iPads to deliver electronic content and support services to busy non-traditional students
Amrita Madray, Library, Garden City, Plagiarism Preventing Computer Game
Lisa Minicozzi, Ruth S. Ammon School of Education, Re-Tooling Methods
Georgia Newlin, College of Arts & Sciences, Department of Music, SMART Boards in the Music Classroom
Courtney Lee Weida, College of Arts & Sciences, Department of Art and Art History, Inventive, Interdisciplinary iPad Investigations in Art Education
Office of Research and Sponsored Programs
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