CTU Program

Classroom Technology Upgrade Program

About Us - Innovative Learning Project

Overview

The Innovative Learning Project (ILP) provides opportunities for faculty and instructional support partners to engage students as active learners through technology-enhanced learning spaces.  The project also encourages pedagogical innovation through research and exploration of academic technologies. 

Technology is changing the way university students learn and engage with academic materials and educators, and we consider the following question: “How do university spaces, both formal and informal, continue to be effective and exciting places for students to learn?”  The ILP establishes learning test sites where educators and students can create and evaluate transformational educational technology.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        

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Projects

 

Learning Space Exploration:"The ILP establishes learning test sites where educators and students can create and evaluate transformational educational technology."

 

Catalyst Grants“How do university spaces, both formal and informal, continue to be effective and exciting places for students to learn?”

    

Community:  "The ILP provides opportunities for faculty and instructional support partners to engage students as active learners through technology-enhanced learning spaces.  The project also encourages pedagogical innovation through research and exploration of academic technologies."

  

 

Project Team

 Phyllis Brodsky, Assistant Professor of Practice, Office of Instruction & Assessment

 Melody Buckner, Director, Office of Digital Learning Initiatives and Online Education

 Bryan Carter, Assistant Professor, Africana Studies

 Gretchen Gibbs, Associate Professor of Practice, Office of Instruction & Assessment

 Angela Gunder, Associate Director of Digital Learning and Instructional Design

 Katy Holt, Instructional Technologist, Office of Digital Learning Initiatives and Online Education

 Robyn Huff-Eibl, Head, Access & Information Services, University of Arizona Libraries

 Dawn Hunziker, Coordinator, Technology Access, Disability Resource Center

 Alan Kost, Research Professor, Optical Sciences, College of Optical Sciences

 Bill Neumann, Professor of Practice in Management Information Systems, Eller College of Management

 Jennifer Nichols, Assistant Librarian, University Libraries

 Paul Radek, Program Leader, Academic Technologies, University Information Technology Services

 Ryan Straight, Senior Lecturer, University of Arizona South

 

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