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Fellowships

Fellowships


All CiTE fellowships proposals are due via CiTE Fellowships page on Moodle by 5pm on ***MONDAY, April 7, 2014*** (new deadline, extended from Friday, April 4, 2014)

Instructions for Proposal Submission

 

Want to hear from previous fellowship recipients? Check out our Fellow Gallery!

 

Innovation Fellowship

Innovation Fellowships enable teams of faculty and staff members to explore new and creative ways to develop collaborative projects that will promote and enhance the use of technology in teaching and curriculum development.

Check out what past fellowships have accomplished in our Fellow Gallery

Moodle Fellowship

Moodle Fellowships enable faculty members to identify best practices in the area of online class management, and make these methods available to colleagues through workshops and the development of training materials.

Online Instructional Fellowship

Online Instructional Fellowships guide and support faculty through the process of developing online courses based upon existing face-to-face courses they currently teach. The online courses that result from this fellowship are not intended to replace face-to-face courses but to enhance and increase learning opportunities for Columbia students.

Virtual Learning Community (VLC) Fellowship

Virtual Learning Community Fellowships enable faculty and staff members to develop and build online resource centers within Moodle that provide a centralized hub for information and idea sharing across multi-section courses or within departments or programs.

Timothy J. Densmore Community Engagement Fellowship

Timothy J. Densmore Community Engagement Faculty Fellowships enable faculty members working in teams or individually to integrate experiential learning into existing courses with the intention of increasing civic engagement at Columbia College Chicago.

Cross-Curricular Collaboration Fellowship

Cross-Curricular Collaboration Fellowships enable teams of faculty members to create interdepartmental curricula and activities within existing courses that provide students with experience and knowledge across disciplines.

For information on Grants, visit our Grants page.