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Deadline is Nov. 4 for learning enhancement program grant funding

Learning Enhancement Grant logoProposals may be submitted for the Learning Enhancement Grant (LEG) Program.

LEG is an annual, competitive award program sponsored by the Office of the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs and administrated through CLEAR, the Center for Learning Enhancement, Assessment and Redesign.

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.

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.

For FY 2011-2012, the Center for Learning Enhancement, Assessment, and Redesign (CLEAR) is accepting proposals for projects that fit within one of these two categories:

  • Blended or Online Course Design/Development (Priority will be given to projects that involve the redesign of upper level undergraduate core courses for fully online delivery.)
  • Enhancing Classroom Teaching and Learning with Clickers

Eligibility, funding levels, and instructions for submitting a proposal are provided in detail in the RFP below. The application deadline is Nov. 4.

Questions regarding the grant program may be directed to Jane Himmel, associate director, Center for Learning Enhancement, Assessment and Redesign, at 940.369.8137 or

Notification of awards will be made on Nov. 18

CLEAR also offers the opportunity for full course redesign through the Next Generation Course Redesign™ project.  

Posted on: Tue 01 November 2011

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