The ODEE Departmental Impact Grant application period is open now through April 1. Consider this grant an opportunity to create an exemplar key or large course for your department. Recipients are provided up to 200 hours of ODEE expertise and $15,000 (minimum 1:2, recipient:ODEE, matching) to extend learning technology use that increases student engagement, facilitates …Read more at the full article: Announcing Application Round for the Impact Grant
Author Archives: Robert Griffiths
A few weeks ago (February 4-6), I had the privilege to travel to Denver, Colorado, for the ELI (Educause Learning Initiative) Annual Meeting. This is one of the leading conferences for those working with technology in higher education. It’s always a great time to break away from OSU for a few days to learn about …Read more at the full article: Connected Learning a Mile High
Dana Renga recently received one of our eLearning Professional Development Grants to help fund a lecture series inviting experts from around the world to present to Ohio State faculty, staff, and students. Italian Cinema, Mafia Studies, Film Criticism: A Skype and Lecture Series will be held throughout Spring Semester, 2013. This series is part of …Read more at the full article: Lecture Series: Italian Cinema, Mafia Studies, Film Criticism
Ohio State Online is excited to announce the latest Impact Grant recipients. These projects were chosen from a strong application pool by a team of faculty, staff, and students assembled from throughout the university. Recipients will work with various areas of OSO to plan and develop their projects, which will debut in pilot sections of …Read more at the full article: Course Transformations, Next Impact Grant Recipients
During Fall 2012, Charles Klopp, professor of Italian, invited several renowned authors and professors to join his seminar course and to give open lectures.
Professor Fulvio Senardi of Trieste spoke from Paris via Skype on October 22 to Professor Klopp’s Italian 8224 Italian seminar, “Studies in Italian Literature: Place.” The topic for the seminar this year was …Read more at the full article: Bringing In Experts From Around the World
Earlier this month, the Impact Grant project leads got together for the next Idea Lab, focusing on copyright. We met with Sandra Enimil, Head of the Copyright Resources Center, University Libraries.
After a brief presentation from each project lead about their projects, Sandra helped address questions and concerns among all the projects.
Some highlights from our conversations …Read more at the full article: Keeping Copyright at the Forefront
Earlier this year, we moved the eLearning Professional Development Grant from a deadline-based application process to an ongoing one. This is meant to better serve Ohio State’s technology-related professional development needs and to give you on demand access to apply for funds to attend a conference, bring in a campus speaker, or more. To learn …Read more at the full article: On Demand Professional Development Funds
We’re nearing the two year mark from the conclusion of the Mathematics and Chemistry Impact Grant projects. At the end of 2010, we thought we were onto something special with the Impact Grant offering…we had evidence of increased retention rates, increased attendance, improved concept understanding, and improved attitudes toward the course and departments, among others. …Read more at the full article: 2 years + 4 projects = impact
Vicky Getis and I traveled 600 miles (past nearly 560 miles of corn fields) in a single-windshield-wiper sized car (Yaris) to get to UIUC and back for our one-day Committee on Institutional Collaboration (CIC) Learning Technology Liaisons meeting. It was a beautiful day in Urbana: mid 70s, the last of the bright gold leaves drifting …Read more at the full article: Benefits of Collaboration
Create an exemplar course for your department and campus. The application deadline for an OCIO Learning Technology Departmental Impact Grant is Monday (11/5). The grant’s focus is to increase student engagement, facilitate greater instructor efficiency, or enable anytime/anyplace learning by reimagining a key or large course. Recipients receive up to 200 hours of Learning …Read more at the full article: November 5 Departmental Impact Grant Application Deadline