Center for Learning, Experimentation, Application, and Research

FY 2010-2011 Learning Enhancement Grant Program

The Learning Enhancement Grant (LEG) Program is an annual, competitive award program sponsored by the Office of the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs and administrated through CLEAR. The goal of the LEG Program is to provide faculty with opportunities to implement new teaching strategies in the effort to improve and enrich the student learning experience at the University of North Texas. The LEG program is specifically designed to support faculty who wish to improve access to higher education by redesigning a course to deliver in a blended or fully online format or for those who are using instructional technology to enhance learning in the classroom. 

FY 2010-2011 Funded Projects

Proposal Title

Name

College

Dept

Quarterly Reports

 Amount Funded

Globalization and Gender Through Film: Using films as bait, and Wikis as hook

Ozlem Altiok

Arts & Sciences

Women's Studies

Report 1
Report 2
Final Report

 $5,000.00

Creativity and opportunity development: Exploring feasible technologies and virtual tools

Anat BarNir

Business

Management

Report 1
Report 2
Final Report

 $5,000.00

Blending Videoconferencing and Online Learning Environments to Enhance Classroom Community for Graduate Students

Beverly Bower

Education

Counseling & Higher education

Report 1
Report 2

 $ 5,000.00

Superintendent Certification Online Course

John Brooks

Education

Teacher Education & Administration

Report 1
Report 2
Final Report

 $ 5,000.00

Utilizing social networking tools to facilitate student centered learning

Simon Driver

Education

Kinesiology, Health Promotion & Recreation

Report 1
Report 2

 $ 5,000.00

Using Clicker Technology to Enhance Case-Oriented Student Learning in the Business Capstone Course

Derrick D'Souza

Business

Management

Report 1

Final Report

 $ 5,000.00

Development of a Forensic Chemistry Professional Science Masters Program

Teresa Golden

Arts & Sciences

Chemistry

 

 $ 18,890.00

Utilizing research to understand motor behavior: Promoting excellence with emerging technologies

Jeff Goodwin

Education

Kinesiology, Health Promotion & Recreation

Report 1
Report 2
Final Report

 $ 5,000.00

Anthropology 2300 Culture and Society

Lisa Henry

Public Affairs & Community Service

Anthropology

Report 1
Report 2
Final Report

 $ 5,000.00

Promoting Writing Skills in Large Introductory Courses: Using the Calibrated Peer Review System in Introduction American Government Courses

John Ishiyama
Wendy Watson

Arts & Sciences

Political Science

Report 1
Report 2
Final Report

 $ 5,000.00

Creating a Collaborative Online Project for an MBA Core course

Nicholas Evangelopoulos
Maliyakal Jayakumar

Business

Information Technology &Decision Sciences

Report 1
Final Report

 $ 5,000.00

Making the Law Matter-Integrating Technology into Upper Division Law Courses

Kimi King

Arts & Sciences

Political Science

 

 $ 5,000.00

Wimba-Enabled Solution to Enhance Student Engagement and Accessibility: Teaching Graduate Courses 100% Online

Jessica Li

Information

Learning Technologies

Report 1

 $ 5,000.00

Web-based Learning Activities for Quantitative Analysis in Kinesiology

James Morrow

Education

Kinesiology, Health Promotion & Recreation

Report 1
Report 2
Final Report

 $ 5,000.00

Enhancing student learning through the redesign and modernization of Organic Chemistry I and II curriculum

Robby Petros

Arts & Sciences

Chemistry

Report 1
Report 2
Final Report

 $ 5,000.00

Enhancing Team-based, Online Learning with PBWorks: Design and Development of an Online Design Anthropology Course

Susan Squires

Public Affairs & Community Service

Anthropology

Report 1
Report 2
Final Report

 $ 5,000.00

Redesign of ADES 3570, Computers in Fashion I

Janie Stidham

Visual Arts & Design

Design

Report 1

 $ 3,500.00

Enhancing Collaboration, Assessment, Application, Research and Teacher Presence

Linda Stromberg

Education

Teacher Education & Administration

Report 1
Report 2
Final Report

 $ 5,000.00

Enhancing student-centered learning in Biomechanics using new and emerging technological educational tools

Jakob Vingren

Education

Kinesiology, Health Promotion & Recreation

Report 1
Report 2
Final Report

 $ 5,000.00

New Technologies for Humanities Research: Digital Collections and Course Wikis

Kelly Wisecup

Arts & Sciences

English

Report 1
Report 2
Final Report

 $ 5,000.00

Enhancing Students' Learning in Movement Tasks Using Emerging Technologies

Tao Zhang

Education

Kinesiology, Health Promotion & Recreation

Report 1
Report 2
Final Report
Final Report Addendum

 $ 5,000.00

 

 

 

 

 TOTAL

 $ 117,390.00