Technology Grants


Information Technology in Education Committee (ITEC)
Course Development Grants
for 2013-14 academic year


Faculty are invited to apply to the first ITEC Summer Educational Technology Institute, designed to encourage the thoughtful use of technology to expand liberal arts learning beyond course timeslots and classroom walls.  The Summer Educational Technology Institute will take place from 9.00-12.00 on June 2-6, 2014, and participating faculty will receive stipends of $1000 upon completion of the workshop and a public presentation about related work.

 

The Institute’s goal is for faculty to engage a range of technologies, linked to the pedagogies they might best support, so that they can rethink an assignment, a sequence of assignments, or indeed a whole course.

 

The first four days will feature a mix of outside speakers, pedagogical discussions, and hands-on technological training, and the educational technology group will be available in the afternoons for one-on-one consultation.  On the 6th, faculty members will workshop new assignments or course plans with other participants.


We welcome applications from all faculty members on tenure-track or renewable appointments who expect to be employed at Trinity through 2014-15, including new hires who are beginning next academic year. Current ITEC members are not eligible.

Download the application here:2014ITECgrantCFP.rtf2014ITECgrantCFP.rtf

 

Grant Recipients for 2013-2014

John Alcorn - Develop a J-Term Hybrid course for LACS 233 The Godfather: The Art of Hard Choices Alcorn - Report on hybrid course.pdfAlcorn - Report on hybrid course.pdf

Michal Ayalon - Develop a website containing a bank of verbs by pattern for conjugation in support of Hebrew 101/102, 201/202 & 301/302

Stefanie Chambers - Develop a Hybrid Course, holding classes online with tools like Web-Ex for summer course, Women and Politics (POLS 326 & PBPL 812)

Grant Recipients for 2012-2013

Lin Cheng - Develop team building skills through the use of group wiki's in FYSM: Engineering our Digital World
"How to Access Wiki", fall 2012 tutorial

Renny Fulco - Engage students in online discussions and collaborative wiki projects in FYSM and Introduction to American Public Policy.

Luis Figueroa - Extend the use of blogs for posting responses,  writing and peer reviews in The African Diaspora in Latin America and the Caribbean class.

Seth Markle -  Incorporating a popular digital DJ software (The DJAY) into his FYSM: Introduction to Hip-Hop Studies: The Golden Era, 1985-1994, so students can experience becoming a DJ.
WITT Presentation Links, January 2013

Theresa Morris - Expand the use of Moodle for sharing of weekly CLI experiences and thru the use of SKYPE interview authors of books being read as class assignments for upper level seminar Reproductivity, Birth and Power.
"Bringing Virtual Guest Speakers into the Classroom with Skype," WITT 2013 presentation

David Reuman - To enhance student learning develop a series of YouTube clips of lecture segments and make them available through Moodle for his Research, Design and Analysis in Psychology class. Reuman ITEC Grant Report Feb 2014.pptxReuman ITEC Grant Report Feb 2014.pptx

Mary Sandoval - Create a video library of example problems for students to view for either preparation for a class lecture or for further practice for her Calculus II class.
Video Examples in Calculus presentation and Sample Video (mp4 format): Calculating a Definite Integration from the Definition, SITT May 2013