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Two Teaching Grants Now Available for Faculty

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Interested in bringing new teaching technology to your students? Have an innovative idea to implement curriculum that enhances teaching and learning in the classroom?  Consider applying for the OATYC Teaching Grant or the Tri-C Technology Mini Grant!

Tri-C Technology Mini Grant

The Instructional Technology Mini-Grant offers faculty the opportunity to develop teaching and learning projects using instructional technology to motivate and increase student learning. The grant may fund the purchase of hardware or software, projects using Web-based or college-licensed tools, and/or reassigned time for full-time faculty.

The call and application are attached to this email and can be found on Faculty Central here. Please consider consulting your campus Instructional Designer or Instructional Technologist in the Center for Learning Excellence (CLE). They can brainstorm with you as to what instructional technology might be appropriate for you and your course(s) as well as assist you through the process. Email or call them to set up a consultation. The deadline for the application is Sunday, March 20, 2016 at midnight.

OATYC Teaching Grant

The Board of Directors of the Ohio Association of Two-Year Colleges (OATYC) is pleased to announce a Call for Proposals due April 15, 2016, for the 2016 Teaching Grant. This grant is available to any two-year college professor, full- or part-time. The grant provides up to $1500 to implement curriculum that enhances teaching and learning in the classroom.

 The OATYC Teaching Grant will be given to the faculty member who submits a proposal that best enhances teaching and learning in his or her classroom.  For more details, see the attachments provided with this e-mail or go to http://www.oatyc.org/.  For questions, contact the committee chair, Adrienne Cassel (Adrienne.cassel@sinclair.edu or 937-512-2896).

 

 

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