Digital Champions Fellowships
The Digital Champion Fellowship program supports faculty in implementing innovative models of instruction, such as creating online or partially online courses, implementing flipped classroom models, or incorporating active learning into your course using technology. Awardees receive:
- $3,000 in professional development funding to be used for faculty support, GTA assistance, travel, conference attendance or other professional supplies. Funding available July 1, 2015.
- Help developing course materials from CII staff and members of the Student Innovation Fellowship program.
- Support from a community of innovative faculty and instructional staff as you implement ideas.
2015 Selected Digital Champions
Assistant Professor, Political Science, College of Arts and Sciences
Senior Lecturer, Applied Linguistics & ESL, College of Arts and Sciences
Senior Lecturer and Co-Director of Undergraduate Studies, Chemistry, College of Arts and Sciences
Senior Lecturer, Modern and Classical Languages, College of Arts and Sciences
Senior Lecturer, Chemistry, College of Arts and Sciences
Modern & Classical Languages, College of Arts and Sciences
Assistant Professor, Robinson College of Business
School of Art and Design, College of Arts and Sciences
Assistant Professor, Middle and Secondary Education, College of Education
Assistant Professor, Religious Studies, College of Arts and Sciences
Program Director and Clinical Instructor, Health Informatics, Byrdine F. Lewis School of Nursing and Health Professionals
Clinical Assistant Professor, Educational Psychology, Special Education and Communication Disorders , College of Education
Associate Professor, History, College of Arts and Sciences
Senior Lecturer & Coordinator of Graduate Teaching, Philosophy, College of Arts and Sciences
Senior Lecturer, Political Science, College of Arts & Sciences
Instructor, Computer Information Systems, Robinson College of Business
Eligibility and Selection
Full-time, permanent faculty from any department and college may apply. The applications are reviewed by the Center for Instructional Innovation.
Digital Champions attend workshops to:
- Learn how to retool a course using web-enhanced learning tools, prior knowledge tests, self-paced lecture supplements, self-assessment tools, and student portfolios to transform a course to an online or hybrid course with effective methods for demonstrating evidence of learning.
- Get support implementing ideas for using mobile technology in the classroom, creating flipped classroom models, eTexts, hybrid and online courses, or other emerging models of instruction.