Call for Requests for CITL Partnership / CITL Faculty Fellowship Course Development Grants

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If you would like to work with Lehigh's Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning (CITL) on a course you are teaching in 2019, please submit a brief proposal by Friday, November 16th, 2018.  

Please read on for some teaching-related grant opportunities and for some special areas of focus.

CITL Faculty Fellowship Course Development Grants

Proposals that require a substantial investment of faculty time (e.g., a significant course redesign, integration of an innovative project into the course, adoption of a wholly new teaching approach, etc.) may qualify for a CITL Faculty Fellowship Course Development Grant of up to $500.

Inclusive Teaching Faculty Development Grant

This year we have special funding through a partnership with the Office of Diversity, Inclusion, and Equity to offer targeted grants focused on the substantial integration of inclusive teaching practices.  When you complete your proposal, please indicate that you would like to be considered for that grant.

Teaching in a CITL Classroom and other Flexible Learning Spaces

Faculty who would like to teach in one of the CITL's active, collaborative learning classrooms or Visualization Lab should complete a proposal and indicate their interest.

Lastly, while we are open to consulting on any teaching-related topic, the Center has special expertise in the following areas:

  • Active Learning, Experiential Learning, or Project-based Courses
  • Inclusive Teaching (in partnership with Office of Diversity, Inclusion, and Equity)
  • Sharpening Fundamental Teaching Skills
  • Consultation on Writing, Research, and Inquiry Projects
  • Getting Started with Collaborative Learning Approaches
  • Academic Uses of Visualization, Virtual Reality, or Augmented Reality
  • Course-related Digital Scholarship, Video, Film, or Multimedia Projects
  • Enhancing Teaching using Digital Tools, Instructional Videos or Modules
  • Object-based Learning (in partnership with Lehigh University Art Galleries)
  • Developing a Fully Online or Blended Course
  • Using High-performance Research Computing for Teaching
  • Developing or Deploying Digital Texts or Open Access Material
  • Effective Instructional Strategies in Large Lecture Settings
  • Facilitating Great Discussions and Enhancing Student Participation
  • Assessing Student Learning

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