Senior Director of Learning Technology Michael Hofherr talks to Lantern reporter Emily Tara about the Digital First Initiative. OSU student Krista Benson learns about The End of Men: And the Rise of Women from author Hanna Rosin. Airs Wednesday (11/21) at 8 p.m. on WCBE radio, 90.5 FM.
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The Office of the Chief Information Officer Learning Technology Departmental Impact Grant application period is open now through May 21. "Consider this grant an opportunity to create an exemplar key or large course for your department," said Robert Griffiths, OCIO faculty development lead.
Recipients are provided up to 200 hours of Learning Technology expertise and $15,000 (minimum 1:2, non-LT:LT, matching) to extend learning technology use that increases student engagement, facilitates greater instructor efficiency, or enables anytime/anyplace learning.
We are proud to share that two Impact Grant projects resulted in articles in the winter 2011 edition of Academic Exchange Quarterly, an internationally recognized peer-reviewed journal. E-Learning in Undergraduate General Chemistry explains the project results in Chemistry 161, while Technology-Enhanced Calculus Lectures shares the results of Math’s Impact Grant project in Calculus 151 (and continued work in 152)
Did you notice anything different about the Open Enrollment process this year?
The free OSU Mobile smartphone app is now available on Android. Students helped create the app, which includes free ringtones, updated campus maps, news, and more. Download the app for Android and iPhone.