Instructional Technology Enhancement Projects (ITEPs) are focused projects proposed by an individual or small team with the intention of exploring new applications of instructional technology. ITEPs will typically be led by a faculty “principal investigator.” ITEPs are time-limited projects (up to two years in length) and allocations of Technology Fee funds to these projects are non-recurring. Thirty percent (30%) of Technology Fee revenues are allocated for awarding to ITEPs.
April 20, 2012
Seventeen outstanding ITEP proposals, requesting a total of $497,978, were submitted this year. Unfortunately, only approximately $437,000 was available to fund ITEP projects in 2012.
The Technology Fee Committee ranked the proposals based upon established criteria. Based on this evaluation process, the following twelve projects were selected for funding: