Systemic Projects are projects proposed by operational units of the university (e.g., colleges, academic departments, Library, etc.) for instructional technology enhancements of unit-wide or university-wide scope. These projects are awarded by the Provost. Seventy (70%) of Technology Fee revenues are allocated for funding Systemic Projects.
February 10, 2012
Sixteen outstanding Systemic proposals, requesting a total of $1.6 million, were submitted. Unfortunately, only $854,436 was available to fund systemic projects in 2012. This is after deducting the $153,703 required to fund a 2010 award to replace computers in existing computer labs.
The Technology Fee Committee ranked the proposals based upon established criteria. Based on this evaluation process, the following seven projects were selected for funding: