Call for Student Technology Fee Proposals Due February 5
In the spring of 2018, the College’s Information Technologies Committee will consider proposals to create, maintain and improve collegiate instructional technology resources to be funded through 2018-2019 student technology fees. The committee is soliciting a broad range of proposals including requests to renew or revitalize existing technology, or to establish new initiatives in educational technology.
Any academic unit in the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences may submit proposals. Units with needs that can be effectively met in shared use facilities are encouraged to submit cooperative proposals. Single units may submit more than one proposal (including one-time or recurring projects); multiple proposals from the same department must be prioritized by the DEO. Proposals must be submitted by Monday, February 5, 2018.
TYPES OF PROPOSALS:
The most common and preferred type of proposal. This category will include project requests that can be completed within one funding cycle.
This category will allow for departments with complex initiatives to submit proposals that will support technology resources for up to four years. The intent of this category is to support the operation, maintenance and refresh of longer-range pedagogical concepts. This will allow the College to identify local strategic direction for future funding opportunities.
All requests must include a clear explanation of the role of the technology in teaching, including the specific courses that will use the resources and the enrollments in these courses.
A more detailed Call for Proposals including evaluation criteria, proposal submission guidelines and a list of funded proposals from the last three funding cycles can be found here http://clas.uiowa.edu/it-group/student-technology-fees.
For questions or additional information, please contact Lance Bolton with CLAS Technology Services at email@example.com.