RFPs Year 2
Archives for Bush Faculty Development Committee 1993-2002
New faculty 1993-2001
Faculty Development Grant
from the Bush Foundation
Nov 2002 - Nov 2005
5a. Faculty fellows/mentoring program for faculty training in the appropriate and effective use of the WWW and the internet in the classroom
Year 2 (Jan 2004 - Dec 2004)
Please familiarize yourself with the Faculty Development Grant: Proposal,
Brief Summary, people
related to administration of the grant, and this Section
The amount of support available from this grant for Year 2 is $1500.
Assessment / evaluation, connecting grant supported activities firmly with student learning, are a central feature of the Faculty Development Grant. Please review the Assessment Resources page, developed by John Clementson, Director of Assessment, and the Assessment Committee which he chairs.
The purpose of this section of the grant is to develop a faculty mentoring program to help faculty members learn effective and appropriate means of integrating the Web and other instructional technologies into the teaching/learning environment. The Instructional Technologist will work individually with instructors to integrate Web resources and methods and/or other instructional technologies into 3-5 courses per semester.
One goal of this section of the grant is to establish a network of mentoring and mutual encouragement in technology use among faculty. Another goal is to develop approaches that are capable of being generalized to a large number of courses.
Evaluation and assessment are extremely important elements of this grant. Participants will agree to examine the impact of the Web resources and methods upon student learning. Evaluation will consist of, but not necessarily be limited to, statements of progress from the faculty being mentored as well as preliminary analyses of the impact of these newly incorporated techniques on student learning.
Instructors interested in participating in this program are asked to submit an application (see below) to the Instructional Technologist, Sharon Gray. The due date is OPEN, meaning simply that proposals will be received at any time convenient to the proposers.
Participation requests should include the following:
1. Course department and title.
2. A timeline for accomplishing integration of Web resources or methods.
3. Agreement to participate in student learning assessment.
1. Participants must work with the Instructional Technologist, Sharon Gray, to integrate appropriate and effective Web resources and methods and/or other instructional technology resources into their course or courses.
2. Participants must agree to participate in a study of the impact of the technology integration upon student learning.
3. While there is not a stipend available with this portion of the grant, there are monies that can be used for software, hardware, or training. Such expenditures will need to be made by Oct. 15, 2004.
4. Participants will share their progress with the community and serve as mentors to other faculty members.
Send grant proposals to Sharon Gray. The due date is OPEN, meaning simply that proposals will be received at any time convenient to the proposers. Questions regarding the grants should be directed to Sharon Gray or members of the Faculty Development Committee.
Application for Faculty Fellows/Mentor Program
Funded by Bush Foundation
Department ___________ Course Number ________
Course Title __________________________ Faculty Name____________________
Phone Number ___________________ E-mail Address ___________________
When do you intend to complete the technology integration? __________________________
Statement of agreement to participate in assessment of impact upon
Send this form (or its equivalent) to Sharon
Gray, Instructional Technologist, Madsen Center 234, Augustana College,
or as an e-mail attachment.