Provost's Learning Collaboratory Initiatives

2016-17 Call for Proposasls

This year's Learning Collaboratory Initiatives include the Curriculum Redesign Award, the CSU Learning Collaboratory Faculty Fellows Award, and the Teaching Enhancement Award.

These awards are being offered as part of CSU's Student Success Initiative 2, a coordinated effort to help students learn more effectively by redesigning curricula and instructional approaches.

All three initiatives promote rigorous, rewarding learning and academic achievement. Successful proposals will outline projects that foster robust, integrative, and/or self-regulated learning.

Supplemental Awards

A supplement to the first two awards, the Center for the Analytics of Learning and Teaching (C-ALT) Fellowship is also available. The C-ALT Fellowship supports projects that substantively incorporate analytics-driven design.

Who is eligible?

All faculty, tenure-line and non-tenure track faculty, are eligible to lead projects. Project teams may include graduate students, staff members, and undergraduate research assistants, as well as faculty members and administrators.

Provost's Learning Collaboratory Initiatives Details and Documents

Curriculum Redesign Award

The Curriculum Redesign Award supports projects that use established research findings from the Science of Learning (SoL) and/or the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) to promote learning and improved academic performance in key foundational or gateway courses, or clusters of courses.

Faculty Fellows Award

The Faculty Fellows Award supports projects that propose and complete a SoTL or SoL research project on learning and/or teaching in key CSU foundational or gateway courses, or clusters of courses, and that use the findings to redesign curriculum and/or instruction in the course(s).

Teaching Enhancement Award

The Teaching Enhancement Award supports projects that redesign a specifically targeted aspect of curriculum and/or instructional delivery in a course in which improvements could substantially increase students' learning and academic success and that use collaboration with TILT and other partners to assess the outcomes of the redesign.