Learning Technologies Grants
2004-2005

 

Year 1
Funding

Year 2
Funding

1.

Laboratory Information Management Systems for Chemistry Courses
James Anderson, Bobby Stanton, Charles Atwood, & Lin Zhu, Chemistry

$86,541
$0

2.

Global Positioning System and Horticulture: Integrating New Technology
David Berle, Horticulture

$23,900

$0

3.

Project SCI-TEACH: Science Teaching with Evidence-Based Approaches and Collaborative Reflection in Higher Education
Lynn A. Bryan, Art Recesso, and Thomas R. Koballa, Jr, Department of Mathematics and Science Education

$75,932
$50,216

4.

The Education Law and Policy Forum
John Dayton, College of Education, Anne Proffitt Dupre, School of Law, J. Douglas Toma and Melvin B. Hill, Jr., Institute of Higher Education

$23,500
$0

5.

PDA's as a teaching tool on the Classics Studies Abroad Rome Program
Mario Erasmo and James Anderson, Classics

$18,617
$0

6.

Furthering the Electronic Markup and Management Application (<emma>)
Nelson Hilton, English

$25,150
$0

7.

Technology Assisted Learning in Child and Family Development
Lee N. Johnson, Child and Family Development
$45,335
$0

8.

Technology Infrastructure for The World in Focus: A Weekly International News Show
Andy Kavoori, Telecommunications and Broadcast News

$49,428
$12,600

9.

Developing and Implementing Web-based Case Learning for Early Childhood Teacher Education
Kyunghwa Lee & Ikseon Choi
Elementary and Social Studies Education & Educational Psychology and Instructional Technology

$19,318
5,600

10.

The MILL - Mobile Interactivity Learning Lab
Laleh Mehran, Art

$25,289
$0

11.

Enriching CSCI-1302: Controlling External Hardware Devices using Java
Walter D. Potter, Computer Science

$6,549
$0

12.

Streaming Video to Enhance Feedback to International Teaching Assistants
Don Rubin, Language Education

$8,440
$9,570

13.

Time Exploration - Mobile Support
Martijn van Wagtendonk, Art

$14,982
$0

14.

A Web-Based Assessment Tool for Introductory Physics Classes
Craig Wiegert and Steven Lewis, Physics and Astronomy

$11,659
$0

15.

History Instructional Web Technology and Map Project
Michael Winship, History

$24,550
$0
 

Totals

$459,190

$77,986

  

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