Terri Tarr, Jennifer Thorington Springer, Mary Price, Susan Kahn
Thursday, November 3, 2016, 2 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. EDT
Reflective practice is an important component of teaching and learning. Faculty and other educators need time and support to incorporate high impact practices, new pedagogies, or online experiences into their teaching strategies, curricula, or co-curricular offerings. Teaching and learning enhancement grants can provide faculty and staff with the support needed to develop new or redesign existing courses, programs, and other learning experiences. Grant opportunities for faculty and staff at IUPUI include:
• Curriculum Enhancement Grants, offered by the Center for Teaching and Learning
• ePortfolio Grants, offered by the ePortfolio Initiative
• RISE to the IUPUI Challenge Curriculum Development Grants, offered by the RISE program
• RISE to the IUPUI Challenge/ePortfolio Initiative Curriculum Development Grants, offered by the RISE program and the ePortfolio Initiative
At this workshop, participants will learn basic information about each grant, eligibility requirements, and how to apply for the grants, plus answers to questions such as, “What kinds of projects will the grants fund?”, “How long does a project like this take?”, “How much funding is available per project?”, “What is expected of awardees?”, “What will reviewers look for in proposals?” and “What advice do past awardees have for faculty engaged in course development projects?” Time for participant questions and discussion will be built into the session.
This workshop will be repeated on Friday, December 2, 10:30 a.m. - 12 p.m. in UL 0110.