The Instructional Technology Fellows program provides year-long support for a group of faculty working together to incorporate instructional technology into the curriculum of a program or department to improve teaching and learning.
- Group of at least five Duke faculty
- Graduate assistant(s) actively working with the faculty group
- CIT consulting about instructional technology and teaching and learning topics
- CIT project consulting and training in the use of tools or software needed to complete the planned activities
- CIT program management and some logistical arrangements
- $500 for faculty participants ($250 for graduate students), per semester, paid to a Duke research account
- Collaboration and discussion with a cohort of Duke colleagues
- Recognition on the CIT’s web site and other venues about your participation in the program
- The group must designate a “project leader” who will serve as the main liaison to CIT for the duration of the Fellowship and who will work with CIT to plan the Fellowship content.
- Each faculty participant must have full time faculty status during the year of the Fellowship (faculty on sabbatical may not participate unless the Fellowship is the subject of their sabbatical)
- Each faculty and graduate student participant must have access to a Duke account into which the support funds can be paid
- Participants must attend the Fellowship orientation and monthly meetings
- Participants must complete the set of deliverables designed for their Fellowship program
- Participants must evaluate the effectiveness of instructional technology activities carried out as part of the program
- Participants will share experiences in the program through participation in the CIT’s annual Instructional Technology Showcase, or another CIT sponsored event
- Participants must complete program evaluation activities
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