Over its first two years, the Digital Education and Learning Technology Acceleration program has awarded more than $700,000 to projects that use digital technology to enhance learning and teaching at Johns Hopkins University. The most recent winners included a 3D model for neonatal surgery, artificial intelligence training for clinicians, and online service learning.
The Office of the Provost is now accepting proposals for the 2020 round of DELTA grants, through May 29. Four to six awards of up to $75,000 are available to support development, implementation, and evaluation of initiatives that unleash the potential of technology in teaching. The grant program uses proceeds from the massive online courses, or MOOCs, that the university offers through a partnership with Coursera.
"This is an exciting opportunity to direct the future of digital education, which is an important resource for scholars around the world and a benefit to our university's reputation, reach, and impact," says Sunil Kumar, provost and senior vice president for academic affairs. "I look forward to seeing what fresh ideas emerge."
The request for proposals is available on the Office of the Provost website. Proposals must have a full-time faculty sponsor, but other faculty, staff, and students can be part of the team. Winners will be selected in consultation with an interdivisional review committee, which will be looking for innovations that align with the goals of the university's Ten by Twenty vision, particularly those that involve cross-divisional collaboration.
The 2019 winners will be presenting their projects at the Provost's Teaching with Technology DELTA Symposium on Tuesday, May 5. The Johns Hopkins community is invited to attend the day of presentations, demonstrations, and networking opportunities.
The 2020 awardees will share their projects and preliminary findings at next year's symposium.
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