Learning Technology in the Office of the CIO has a grant for you, whether it’s to effectively deliver a standards-based online course, gain technological expertise, or revamp a curriculum to meet changing student demands. The LT Grants program provides more than $170,000 in time and money each year to directly support our recipients, disseminates research through peer-reviewed articles and conference presentations, and has impacted more than 20,000 students and 80 recipients.
We currently provide three grants:
- Impact Grant
- Apply for the Impact Grant (Due November 5, 2012, 11:59pm)
- eLearning Professional Development Grant
- Apply for the eLearning Professional Development Grant (ongoing submissions)
- Quality Matters Peer Reviewer Course Grant
- Apply for the QM PRC Grant (ongoing submissions)
No clue what you could do with some money and resources? Learn more about our previous recipients, activities, and projects at: http://go.osu.edu/recipients. Be sure to use the browse selector to find a colleague in your area who received one of our grants.
Also, the Learning Technology Grants team recently updated its website. If you haven’t looked in a while, head on over to http://go.osu.edu/grants. We’d love your feedback for how to give you the information you need as efficiently and effectively as possible. Look for more enhancements in the coming months, as well.
And in case you were wondering, the OCIO Learning Technology Grants program is supported financially from the Wide Open West (WOW!) Affinity Program.