Research Initiation Grants
The Center for Online Innovation in Learning is requesting your help as a reviewer for our Spring 2017 Research Initiation Grant cycle. If you have interest in and experience with online innovation related to teaching and learning, please consider this important opportunity.
If you agree to review proposals for us, you will be asked to review three to six proposals. The proposals… Read more »
The Center for Online Innovation in Learning (COIL) is proud to announce a call for proposals for our Spring 2017 Research Initiation Grants (RIGs). These seed grants are designed to stimulate research and development in areas related to online innovation with a direct impact on teaching and learning. Teams including faculty, staff, and/or students are invited to seek funding for the 2017-2018… Read more »
COIL is proud to announce that we will be funding two new projects this Fall as part of our Research Initiation Grant (RIG) program.
“We were once again provided a glimpse into the innovative work being pursued across our University. ,” said Brad Zdenek, Innovation Strategist for COIL. “During this round we received 21 incredibly strong proposals offering innovative solutions… Read more »
COIL is proud to support the Beyond Data Dashboards: The Effects of Social Performance Visualizations on Learner Progress and Peer-to-Peer Interaction project through our Research Initiation Grant Program.
This project uses shared visual representations of real time, in-course, student activity and performance data to increase learners’ engagement with course materials, and to increase help-seeking and help-giving behaviors in both online… Read more »
COIL is proud to support the Supporting Success through Educational Technology Innovations: Prompting Students’ Self-Regulated Learning project through our Research Initiation Grant Program.
This project targets a new innovative instruction and learning app. The app was conceptualized, designed, and developed through a collaborative TLT fellowship during 2015-2016 academic year and is in early use and continued development during the 2016-2017… Read more »