2019 – 2020 Academic Technology & Innovation Mini-Grant (ATIG) Program
In Spring 2019, the Center for Academic Technology launched the second iteration of the Academic Technology and Innovation Grant (ATIG) program. The grant program expanded from one track to three. ATIG now consists for the following tracks:
- Instructional Innovation with the Marjorie C. Rork Lightboard (access Lightboard request for proposals);
- Instructional Innovation with Sound Booth technology (access Sound Booth request for proposals);
- Classroom Technology in Support of Active Learning (access Classroom Technology request for proposals).
The 2019-2020 ATIG Grantees - Grant Duration Extended through Spring 2021 Due to COVID-19
Track 1: Instructional Innovation with the Marjorie C. Rork Lightboard
- Carl De Amicis, Chemistry - Learning by teaching using Lightboard Technology
Track 2: Instructional Innovation with Sound Booth technology
- Susan Adams, Middle/Secondary Education - No More Babbling! Providing “Just in Time” Instructions, Examples, and Project Development Guidance on Key Assessments Using Sound Booth
- Brenda Johnston, Arts Administration - Leadership in the Arts Podcast for AA390: Leadership & Artistic Vision
- Gabriela Muniz, Modern Languages, Literatures, and Cultures - Conducting interviews in Sound Booth for Documentaries about the problems facing for the Hispanic community in Indianapolis
- Tracy Sprunger PI (Pharmacy Practice); Kim Beck (Pharmaceutical Science); and Kendra Damer (Pharmacy Practice) - Interdisciplinary Pharmacy Podcast to Enhance Student Learning Experiences
Track 3: Classroom Technology in Support of Active Learning
- Kendra Damer, Pharmacy Practice - Enhancing Active Learning Strategies in a Large Group Pharmacokinetic Course
- Panos Linos, Computer Science - Using Mobile Media Technologies to Assess Student Performance in a Software Engineering Course.
- John Perkins, Music - Virtual Reality Music Education as a Step Toward Expanding Students’ Epistemic and Technical Knowledges in Higher Education
2021-2022 COE Preservice Educator ATIG Track
In Fall 2021, CAT is launching the first ATIG track for students. This track targets current College of Education students involved in student teaching or an internship in their final semester. Students interested in submitting a proposal should visit the 2021-2022 COE Preservice Educator ATIG page.