Learning Technologies Grants
FY 2002

COLLEGES/SCHOOLS

Tech Fee
Funds

Other
LTG Funds

College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences

1.

Burmeister, et al. (Biological and Agricultural Engineering)

An Appraisal Process for Predicting Success of Engineering Activities Involving Environmental Systems

$9,450.00

2.

McLucas (Education, Communication and Technology)

Distance Learning Initiative for the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences

$22,783.00

            Total for CAES

$32,233.00

College of Arts and Sciences

3.

Atwood, et al. (Chemistry)

Laboratory Information Management Systems for Freshman Chemistry Labs

$68,602.00

4.

Eidsvik (Drama)

Better Acquisition of Image for Compositing and Special Effects

$18,600.00

5.

Hilton (English)

EngComp Markup: Comprehensive Re-Engineering of English Composition, Major Activities, and Student Services by Means of Markup and Computer-Mediated Communication

$20,400.00

$9,514.00

6.

Oliveri (Art)

Cam-Tech Computer Numerically Controlled (CNC) Router Table (52X102)

$45,580.00

7.

Potter (Computer Science/Artificial Intelligence)

Artificial Intelligence in Action: An Introduction to Robotics

$32,170.00

8.

Zuraw and Kim (Art)

Development of Web Sites and Digital Database for Art History Courses

$34,419.00

Total for CAS

$219,771.00

$9,514.00

College of Education

9.

Andreatta and Raymond (Communications and Science Disorders)

Observational and Video Production Technologies to Support Graduate Student Clinical Training in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology

$49,479.00

$13,231.00

            Total for COE

$49,479.00

$13,231.00

College of Veterinary Medicine

10.

Lewis (Physiology and Pharmacology)

3-D Animations: Effects of Diseases on Signal Transduction Processes

$21,272.00

$8,000.00

11.

Medleau (Small Animal Medicine)

Using the MeetingNet 2000 System to Teach Problem Solving Skills to Veterinary Students

$19,557.00

12.

Peroni and Dookwah (Large Animal Medicine/Anatomy and Radiology)

Bovine Abdomen Instructional Tool

$7,888.00

13.

Purinton (Anatomy and Radiology)

The Glass Dog Thorax

$2,435.00

            Total for CVM

$51,152.00

$8,000.00

VICE PRESIDENT FOR STUDENT AFFAIRS

14.

Kalivoda (Disability Service)

Increased Computer Access for Students with Disabilities

$22,365.00

            Total for VP Student Affairs

$22,365.00

VICE PRESIDENT FOR INSTRUCTION

15.

Clark (Office of Instructional Support and Development)

Enhancing the Learning Experience with Synchronous Technology: A Pilot Project Using HorizonLive

$25,000.00

16.

Lauber (Institute of Higher Education)

Leveraging New Media Technology to Inform Students: Example Projects with Campus-Wide Messages

$43,806.00

            Total for VP for Instruction

$25,000.00

$43,806.00

            GRAND TOTALS

$400,000.00

$74,551.00