Who wouldn’t love a chance to purchase an educational technology tool to use in your classes? Better yet, who wouldn’t love to have that tool purchased for them? If you have been 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. Applications must be submitted by November 15, 2021.