|The Instructional Technology Challenge Grant and has been continuously funded since 2007. Small grants (of $500-$1000) are awarded to faculty members who propose outstanding educational projects that meet key criteria.
Applicants are expected to draft a 2-3 page project proposal with development and delivery timelines.
Download the 2010 Grant Guidelines and Application.
Sample Grant Proposal
Dr. Ellen Green’s “Teaching Collection Databasing: Insect Inventory of Dahomey National Wildlife Refuge” was funded previously. With Dr. Green’s permission, we are making available a copy of her proposal (PDF), which is intended to serve as a model for ITC applicants.
- Project is focused on student learning.
- Project is clearly and compellingly described.
- Project is distinct (from typical curricula and/or on-going projects).
- Project is unique (in approach and/or expression).
- Project is replicable.
- Project is self-sustaining.
- Project solves a problem/offers a service.
- Project positively affects the department/school.
- Project positively affects the surrounding community.
- Project leverages technology supported by OIT.