Learning Technologies Grants Program
1998-1999

The Instructional Technology Advisory Committee (ITAC) reviewed 42 Learning Technology Grants (LTG) proposals requesting support totaling $1,875,000. Funds available for LTGs in FY 99 totaled $481,248. The 12 projects awarded funding are listed below.

 Project Director / Title  Amount Awarded

Charles H. Atwood, Patricia A. Metz, Joel A. Caughran, Robert A. Scott (Chemistry)

Continued Development of the Chemistry Department's Computerized Testing Center

 $46,350

Dennis Aron (Small Animal Medicine)
Lisa Neuwirth (Large Animal Medicine)
Thel Melton (Educational Resources Center)

A Method to Facilitate Interpretation of Radiographs by Veterinary Students

 $16,200

Diane K. Hartle, James L. Hargrove, O. Rebecca Bunce,
Henry Cobb (Pharmaceutical & Biomed Sciences)

Model-Based Teaching and Active Learning in Biomedical Sciences

 $35,230

David Koffman (Digital Media) and Larry Millard (Sculpture) - Art

Digital Sculpture: Physical 3D Concept Modeling for Art Students

 $64,400

Nelson Hilton (English)

Infrastructure Reinforcement

 $15,419

Marguerite Koepke (Environmental Design)

Design and Computing: Multimedia Digital Imaging Laboratory

 $55,000

Lloyd Rieber (Instructional Techology)

Multifunctional Computer/Technology Classroom

 $74,002

J. Scott Shaw, Peter H. Hauschildt (Physics and Astronomy)
and Kenneth E. Hay (Learning and Performance Support Laboratory)

The Virtual Solar System Project: Students Building Virtual Models for Scientific Understanding Across the Network

 $60,000

Linda F. Campbell and John C. Dagley (Counseling & Human Dev Serv)

The Center for Counseling and Personal Evaluation

 $45,000

Takoi K. Hamrita (Bio & Ag Engineering)

The Microcontroller as an Engineering Design Tool: A Hands-on Laboratory

 $35,000

Glenn Kaufman (Art)

Conversion of the Textile Study Collection to a Digital Format Resource

 $13,786

K. Roscoe Davis (Management); Dale L. Goodhue (Management); Gary Peters (School of Accounting)

SAP R/3 University Alliance Program

 $20,613


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(Posted 5/19/99)