Call for Proposals: Global Teaching with Videoconferencing
The Office of the Vice Provost for International Affairs, LSA Instructional Support Services, and LSA Language Resource Center are pleased to announce the second annual “Global Teaching with Videoconferencing” grant opportunity and faculty seminar to encourage new endeavors in international teaching with videoconferencing technology.
- Have you always wanted to team teach a class with your colleague abroad?
- Do you wish your students could discuss current events in the Middle East with students from the region?
- How might your students engage with the artists, authors, film directors, composers of the works they are studying?
- What global perspectives and collaboration skills might students learn from working on class projects with international partners?
Request for Proposals and Faculty Seminar
- Proposals due: Monday, April 22, 2013 at 5pm
- Faculty Seminar: May 14 -15 -16 , 2013
Faculty grants of $2,500 a project are available specifically to develop and support international courses taught via videoconferencing in cooperation with an overseas institution. Grant recipients must be available to attend the Faculty Seminar May 14, 15, 16 - a structured program in which faculty will gather to develop new courses or modify existing curricula to integrate international videoconferencing and the unique learning opportunities it offers. In partnership with experienced colleagues and instructional support staff from across the University, the program will include a structured format of workshops, examination of various instructional models, discussions of pedagogical issues, and hands-on technology training. One-on-one consultations will also be arranged. During the academic year, instructional technology support staff will be available for further meetings with Grantees on the development and deployment of their courses.
We are very happy to meet with you prior to the submission of your proposal to assist you in addressing the following elements we are seeking in proposals.
For more information about the Global Teaching with Videoconferencing, please visit the website.