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 Teaching and Learning with Technology Fair the following March.

Congratulations to the 2018-19 TLTM award winners!

A total of 16 projects were selected for funding for the 2018-19 Teaching and Learning with Technology Micro-grants program. Winners for this year include:


  • Judit Olah: Whiteboard animations enhance Health Informatics education


  • Kristine Brands: Qualitative Content Analysis Software for Research and Teaching
  • Ken Sagendorf (PI), Crystal Evans, Lorin Mayo, Meme Kinoti, Sharon MacDonnell, Don Gier, Linda Irwin, Eugene Wilkerson, Beth Caniglia, Jenna Oliver: Whiteboard Animations and Engaged Teaching and Learning in Business Education

Dayton Memorial Library

  • Courtney Drysdale (PI), Meghan Damour, Hannah Miller, Dawn Combe, CharLee Toth (Learning Commons): Unlocking Library Learning with BreakoutEDU

Regis College

  • Gena Nichols (PI), Bethany Lucas, Max Boeck, Jennifer Grier: Microvolume molecular spectroscopy in biology laboratory classes
  • Barbara Coleman (PI), William Sutton, Judith Gardner: 3D Print and Digital Fabrication Design Class
  • Ashley Fricks-Gleason (PI), Robin Cloues: Digital video capture and cloud-based behavioral analysis tools to increase student engagement in laboratory experiments involving rodent behavior
  • Jennifer Grier: ImmuneQuest: Learning Immunology through a Video Game


  • Melissa Brydon (PI), Jennifer Millikan, Ellie Baldwin: Ranger Readers: A Regis Community Tutoring Program


  • Susan Dalbey (PI), Lisa Zenoni, Sherry Fuller: Utilization of Digital Bluetooth Stethoscopes to Enhance Student Learning
  • Judy Crewell (PI), JoAnn Crownover, Lisa Zenoni, Karen LeDuc: Swivl Technology Applied in the Classroom Setting
  • Alice M Davis (PI), Heather Campbell, Nicole Miranda: DizzyDx: A Web-based Clinical Tool to Guide the Differential Diagnosis of Dizziness
  • Martin K. Munoz (PI), Luis Vargas: V.R. Offers New Perspectives in Education
  • Jody Huntington: Virtual Sandtray

Grant criteria

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:

Complete list of TLTM award winners


Dr. Jeffrey Getchell, Director, Instructional Design & Technology
Main Hall, Suite 335
303-964-5429 or email jgetchell001@regis.edu