Teaching Technology Fellowship Program
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As of 2007, the Teaching Technology Fellowship program has stopped taking new applications due to changing priorities for faculty support. Current fellows will complete their projects in the 2007-08 academic year.
The Teaching Technology Fellowship program has been offered to help faculty to:
- Improve student learning through the use of technology;
- Increase communication and collaboration among users of IT;
- Build awareness of instructional technologies and the criteria used to best evaluate their appropriate use;
- Recognize and reward excellence in teaching with technology.
The Teaching Technology Fellowship program is a joint initiative sponsored by the Division of Academic Affairs and Information Technology. The Fellowship is administered by the Academic Technology Center and actively networks with other instructional and information technology services groups on campus, such as the Computing and Communications Center (CCC), the Gordon Library, and the Center for Educational Development and Assessment (CEDA).
Several projects completed through the Fellowship program have led to federal grant funding and publications in peer-reviewed journals.
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