Would your students benefit from an animation or simulation to help them understand a constantly difficult concept in your course? Are you thinking about new digital resources to help you assess your students' learning? Would you just like to encourage more original thinking about your course content?
This is to invite applications for the 2023-24 Instructional Enhancement Grant Program, a grant initiative administered by the Center for Teaching Excellence and Innovation of the Sheridan Libraries. The program is intended to encourage faculty to develop creative uses of digital technologies to enhance teaching and learning at Hopkins by partnering with student fellows. Full details are available in the "Program Guidelines" document through the CTEI website.
Instructional Enhancement Grant Program (formerly the Technology Fellowship Grant):
What: Mini-grant program that enables faculty/student teams to develop web-based resources for undergraduate courses
Who: Full-time faculty who teach courses with significant full-time undergraduate enrollment; full-time undergraduate or graduate students
Awards: $5,000 per faculty/student team: $4,000 for student work on resource development; $1,000 for faculty project oversight
When: Applications are accepted beginning Monday, Feb. 6, and continuing through Friday, March 31, at 5 p.m.; awards announced mid-April; funding available May 2023–April 2024.
Questions: Contact Yvonne Moore-Jones, program coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.