The Innovations in Teaching with Technology Award recognizes innovative teaching practices through the use of technology, including the integration of technology and pedagogy, the novel use or adaptation of technology, or creative contribution to one's academic discipline. Specific requirements are that the candidates:
This award emphasizes innovative uses of technology in teaching. Contributions may include innovative integration of an application or medium into teaching, instructional methodologies that utilize technology as a primary teaching source, or teaching in new learning environments such as mobile learning.
The winner of the Innovations in Teaching with Technology Award will receive a $1,000 stipend, which may be taken either as additional pay (minus taxes) or as a professional development fund, and $1,000 for technology expenditures. The winner of this award will give a presentation on his or her work at a campus luncheon on March 14.
Funding for the Faculty Award for Excellence in Research is provided by the Faculty Resource Center.
Questions? Contact: David Anderson, Chair of the Faculty Awards Committee