CLT Awards Seven 2013 Faculty Innovator Grants

CLT Awards Seven 2013 Faculty Innovator Grants

The Faculty Innovator Grant (FIG) program encourages Old Dominion University faculty to explore the use of technology in teaching and learning issues that are targets for improvement and innovation. Proposals involving collaboration of two or more faculty members from the same department, or different departments in the same or different colleges, were encouraged.

The lessons learned by FIG recipients will be shared as an important step in promoting or fostering a campus-wide dialog on innovation in teaching and learning. The final report for each grant will be published on the Center for Learning and Teaching (CLT) portal as a resource for the campus community. Recipients will also present their completed projects as part of CLT's series of workshops, panels, and/or special events.

Selection for award is based on the Faculty Innovator Grant Selection Criteria and is judged by a team that includes past grant recipients as faculty representatives. The selection criteria and other details about each grant project are available online:  Faculty Innovator Grant.

The Center for Learning and Teaching is pleased to announce the awards for 2013:

iComPADabilty:  The Business of Faculty Mentoring and International Language Education with iPads
Betty Rose Facer, Foreign Languages and Literatures
Peter Schulman, Foreign Languages and Literatures
Astrid Heinrich-Lamb, Foreign Languages and Literatures
Steve Yetiv, International Studies - Political Science and Geography
Lisa Mayes, Office of Academic Enhancement

Autism Spectrum Disorder – Integrating Theory and Clinical Practice Perspectives
Gail C. Grisetti, School of Physical Therapy and Athletic Training
Jonna L. Bobzien, Department of Communication Disorders and Special Education

A Searchable Field Experience Knowledge Base for Pre-Service Special Education Teachers
Wu He, Information Technology and Decision Science
Silvana Watson, Department of Communication Sciences and Special Education

Online Modules for Computer Aided Drafting
Vukica Jovanovic, Mechanical Engineering Technology
Jennifer Michaeli, Mechanical Engineering Technology
Nathan Luetke, Mechanical Engineering Technology
Petros Katsioloudis, STEM Education and Professional Studies

Using the Workflow Technology to Create Secure Software Engineering Scenario-based Workflows for Information Security Education
Wu He, Information Technology and Decision Science
Yaohang Li, Department of Computer Science

Radiographic Imaging for Mass Fatality Training in Dental Hygiene Students
Tara L. Newcomb, School of Dental Hygiene
Ann M. Bruhn, School of Dental Hygiene

The Learning to Learn Game: Traditional Teaching Levels
Rochelle (Shelly) Rodrigo, English
Megan McKittrick, English
Matthew Beale, English Graduate Student


Posted By: Alison Schoew
Date: Wed Jan 02 10:08:20 EST 2013