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Central Technology Grants
As a function of the statewide mission, Central Technology Grants were instituted in 1998 with dedicated funding through the Center for Teaching and Learning. The grants are intended to assist academic departments to meet the equipment, training, and miscellaneous technology needs not covered by or funded through the student technology fee, department and college funds, and multimedia classroom awards.
All grants will be awarded on the basis of specific proposals that, if funded and implemented, will directly contribute to the achievement of the statewide mission in professional technology. Priority will be given to proposals that meet one of the following objectives:
(A) Advance instruction in the use of technology in careers and education
(B) Advance the use of technology in student learning
(C) Enhance the technological knowledge and skills of faculty and/or staff
DEADLINE DATE FOR SUBMISSION OF PROPOSALS TO CTL: Tuesday, September 30, 2014, by 4:00 p.m. to CTL Coordinator, Melissa Wilson at email@example.com.
CENTRAL TECHNOLOGY GRANT COMMITTEE
With members appointed by the Faculty Senate,
Professional Staff Council, Support Staff Council and by the Vice Provost for Institutional Effectiveness and Assessment, the Central Technology Grants Committee
reviews and makes recommendations on various competitive grants available
through the Center for Teaching and Learning.
|Michael Grelle||Committee Chair|
|Charlene Atkins||Library / Academic Enrichment||2015|
|Mike Jeffries||Staff Appointed / Office of Technology|
|Linda Lynam||Harmon College of Business and Professional Studies||
|Sheri Mattson||College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences||2015|
|Brad Mears||College of Health, Science, and Technology||2015|
|Ruth Burkett||College of Education||2016|