Have you been using a free version of a tech tool that engages your students and supports your teaching? Are you using Padlet, Kahoot!, Miro, Hypothesis, Thinglink, Nearpod, or another tool for which you're considering purchasing a premium version? Here is the mini-grant opportunity for you!
The CTLE has opened a mini-grant call for proposals for faculty seeking to enhance their teaching by using low-cost tech tools. Grants can be awarded up to $200. Only one grant per faculty member. If funded, the faculty member agrees to share their experience using the tool with the academic community via a webinar, video tutorial, or presentation. Applications will be blind, peer reviewed. For more information, check out the Mini-Grant website.