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Appendix


D. Instructional Technology

See Faculty Manual:

  • G-9.1 Instructional Technology: Guide to Resources and Planning

Instructional Technology Grants:
The following are the guidelines governing the awarding of grants for faculty who put courses online. The effective date of these guidelines is the beginning of the fall semester 2004.

  1. Grants of $3,000 are available for full-time faculty members developing their first fully online course, and of $1,500 for continuing part-time faculty members developing their first online course. No grants for developing partially online courses will be awarded.
  2. Grants of $2,000 are available for full-time faculty members developing their second or third fully online course, and of $1,000 for continuing part-time faculty members developing their second or third fully online course. The total number of grants to any individual faculty member is three.
  3. Stipends of $500 are available for faculty members attending their initial UH System training session, which has traditionally been held each May (COW).
Note:
If another faculty member has already received a grant for putting a particular course fully online, awarding a grant to a faculty member developing the same course again is at the discretion of the Dean and Provost.

Form:
Instructional Technology Award Request Form (see Appendix E).

Updated: Summer 2005

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