Teaching and Learning with Technology Micro-grant
Funding small-scale technology projects to enhance student learning
MISSION: The Teaching and Learning with Technology Micro-grant is an ID&T program for funding small-scale and innovative instructional initiatives promoting the use of learning technologies that will enhance the student learning experience. The competitive program awards up to $1,000 for individual projects and up to $2,000 for group projects. A combined total of up to $20,000 can be awarded during a single year funding period.
Started in 2013, the TLTM program has funded a wide assortment of innovative projects included game-based learning, digital storytelling, tablet use in a clinical setting, course content mobile app, virtual reality headsets, web conferencing for enhancing student engagement, a mobile language lab, and similar initiatives focused on innovative uses of technology in the classroom.
The application process is quite simple and can be completed in just a few minutes. TLTM awardees have a year to implement their projects, with results presented at the annual Learning Technology Fair the following March.
Next Call for Proposals opens January 8, 2018
Complete information on the TLTM award process
Interviews with previous TLTM award winners
See what your colleagues have to say about being a TLTM award winner:
- Camille Debell, RHCHP, Counseling and Family Therapy
- Deb Bennett-Woods, RHCHP, Healthcare Education
- Nick Kallan, Regis College, Chemistry
- Cheryl Kruschke, RHCHP, Nursing
- Linda Merkl, College of Contemporary Liberal Studies, Education
- Anthony Ortega, Regis College, Fine and Performing Arts
- Laurie Sperry, College of Contemporary Liberal Studies, Education
- John Arman, RHCHP, Counseling and Family Therapy
- Gabriela Carrión, Regis College, Modern and Classical Languages
Complete list of TLTM award winners
Dr. Jeffrey Getchell, Director, Instructional Design & Technology
Main Hall, Suite 335
303-964-5429 or email firstname.lastname@example.org