Learning Technologies Grants
FY 2003

 

COLLEGES/SCHOOLS

Tech Fee
Funds

Other
LTG Funds

 

College of Arts and Sciences

 

1.

Atwood, et al. (Chemistry)

Laboratory Information Management Systems for Freshman Chemistry Labs

$35,580

 

 

2.

Brickman (Biological Sciences)

Biology e-Labs Conversion

 

$15,090

 

3.

Crowe and Roden (Geology)

Computer-Assisted Field Studies in Geology: Application of Linked ArcView/GIS Technology for the UGA Geology Field School

$15,309

$8,205

 

4.

Hilton (English)

Developing the English Markup and Management Application (EMMA)

 

$8,000

 

5.

Marshall (Art)

Digital Imaging Input and Output in the Arts

$30,885

 

 

6.

Potter, W. (Computer Science/Artificial Intelligence Center)

Artificial Intelligence in Action: An Introduction to Robotics Phase 2

$18,550

 

 

7.

Wright (Art)

Visual Education and Communication in Biomedical and Natural Science Illustration

$17,753

 

 

8.

Lautenschlager (Psychology)

Multifunction Psychological Teaching & Assessment Lab

$47,000

$7,000

 

9.

Taylor (Statistics)

STAT 2000 Curriculum Software Development

 

$23,500

 

College of Education

 

10.

Tomporowski (Exercise Science)

A Centralized, Interdisciplinary Computer-based Teaching Laboratory in the School of Health and Performance

$15,980

 

 

College of Veterinary Medicine

 

11.

Hartman (Small Animal Medicine)

The Virtual Animal Hospital: Diagnosing Infectious Diseases in Companion Animals

$6,988

 

 

12.

Moore (Small Animal Medicine and Surgery)

Digitalization of Ophthalmic Images

$14,393

 

 

College of Journalism and Mass Communication

 

13.

Keever (Telecommunications)

Digital Television Field Production

$49,537

 

 

14.

Matthews (Telecommunications)

Student Access to Editing Technology

$30,375

$37,683

 

School of Forest Resources

 

15.

Izlar and Nolan (Forest Resources)

Forestry: Area Specialty Advanced Training (FASAT) Digital Education Project

$13,400

 

 

School of Public and International Affairs

 

16.

Johnson L. and Hood (School of Public and International Affairs)

Converting Ideas Into Effective Action: An Interactive Computer and Classroom Simulation for the Teaching of American Politics

$32,000

$8,000

School of Social Work

 

17.

Bordnick (Social Work)

Development of a Virtual Reality Based Clinical Therapy Course

$22,250

$2,500

 

Senior Vice President For Academic Affairs

 

18.

Howard (EITS)

Centaur Lab: An Applied Research and Testing Center in Network Interoperability

$25,000

$10,000

 

Vice President For Student Affairs

 

19.

Kalivoda (Disability Services)

Increased Computer Access for Students with Disabilities

$25,000