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CAT Teaching Fellowships
The Center for the Advancement of Teaching (CAT) announces a request for
proposals for three endowed Teaching Fellowships beginning in 1998-99. Supported
proposals may begin as early as summer 1998. Fellowship funding may stipends,
release time, technology purchases, conference travel, or other activities
appropriate to the Fellowships.
One Fellowship supports a faculty member who will work directly with CAT to
develop and implement a project measuring the use of technology in teaching and
learning. This Fellow will collaborate with faculty and students involved in
technology initiatives of the Bush-Hewlett Faculty Development Grant, as well as
with faculty who use the Center's electronic classrooms. CAT recently purchased
the Flashlight Current Student Inventory, a resource for assessing the use of
educational technologies. This resource, and others identified or developed by
the faculty member, will be used in the project. (Additional information about
the Flashlight Current Student Inventory is available in CAT and at
Two Teaching Fellowships are intended for faculty members who wish to integrate
technology into the teaching and learning process. Projects could include (but
are not limited to) the construction of a course Web site, the production of
multimedia course materials for a CD-ROM, the development of on-line study
drills for student use, student development of Web sites as course projects, or
the incorporation of e-mail discussion in a course.
The Center invites proposals from interested faculty members. Please include the
following in your proposal:
- a brief (2 pp.) description of project goals and components;
- a timeline for completion of project stages; and
- a description of funding allocation for the project (this need not contain budget figures, but rather an approximate assessment of proportion of funds which should be made available for stipend, release time, computer purchase, and/or travel support).
Please submit your proposal to Todd Stanislav at P.O. Box 73A or
email@example.com on or before Monday, 13 April 1998.
The W. K. Kellogg Foundation and the State of Louisiana have generously provided
funding for these Teaching Fellowships.
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