Digital Technology Grants
In fall 2012, the Office of the Senior Vice President and Provost invited applications from University of Minnesota undergraduate degree-granting programs for financial support targeted at transformational enhancement of their curricula and pedagogy through the leveraging of existing or emerging digital technologies.
Professor Christopher Cramer (Provost's Faculty Liaison for eLearning) gave leadership to the grant program. The process was extremely competitive with over thirty applications received, covering a wide range of projects designed to enhance the undergraduate experience. A review committee provided their recommendations to the Provost who made the final decision.
2013 Award Recipients
- Robert Dunbar, Associate Professor, UMR Center for Learning Innovation, Developing a Browser of Student and Course Objects (BoSCO) as an Easy to Use Learning Analytics Tool to Facilitate Effective and Efficient Course and Curriculum Design
- Kathleen Hansen, Professor, Journalism and Mass Communication, ePortfolio 2.0: Networked Learning in CLA
- John Hatcher, Assistant Professor, UMD Writing Studies, Transformation of LakeVoiceNews.org into a Year-round Community Media Hub
- Brad Hokanson, Professor, Design, Housing, and Apparel, SMOOCH - The Development of an Internal Targeted Massive Online Course in Creativity
- Clarence Lehman, Associate Dean, College of Biological Sciences, Intelligent Media for Enhanced Academic Programs
- Monica Luciana, Department Chair and Associate Professor, Psychology, Development of an On-Line Minor in Health Psychology
- Rebecca A. Montgomery, Associate Professor, Forest Resources, Digital Technologies to Improve Experiential Learning in the Forest and Natural Resource Management Undergraduate Program
- Chris Paola, Professor, Earth Sciences, Enhancement of Academic Programs Using Digital Technology in the Earth Sciences
- Mary Rowan, Director and Professor, Nursing, Developing Effective Curricula with Digital Technologies for the Healthy Communities Innovations Center