ILTI Grants
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Campus RFP
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Innovative Learning Technology Initiative (ILTI) Grants

Ready to enhance learning and increase course access for UC undergraduates?

The Innovative Learning Technology Initiative (ILTI) is designed to meet UC campus needs for high quality online courses. The Initiative will enhance the educational experience and opportunities for UC students by helping them get access to high demand courses, satisfy degree requirements and graduate on time.

UC’s Innovative Learning Technology Initiative (ILTI) is a direct response to the Governor’s plan to earmark $10 million from UC’s FY 14 core budget to use technology to increase access to high demand courses for UC matriculated undergraduates. ILTI will help UC undergraduates get the courses they need when they need them, satisfy degree requirements, and graduate in a timely manner. ILTI will employ sound pedagogical strategies and knowledge of how students learn to create UC-quality undergraduate online courses and online modules for hybrid courses.

To learn more about the ILTI initiative, click here

ILTI’s strategy is based upon four interconnected components:

  • Funds will be available to UC faculty to create new online courses and enhance existing online courses.
  • Department and campus support for the courses will also be provided, to ensure that courses developed will be offered for multiple years on multiple campuses.
  • A cross-campus enrollment system with a searchable database of online courses will help students find and enroll in needed classes.
  • Evaluation of how well the initiative is performing will provide key accountability data.

Grants Available:

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Contact

Please Contact:
The Center for Instructional Design (CID) at Division of Teaching and Learning, University of California Irvine

Phone: (949) 824-3594
Email: cid@uci.edu
Web: http://wp.due.uci.edu/cid/about/contact-us/

Campus Request for Proposals (RFP) Program

With the support of UCOP’s Innovative Learning Technology Initiative (ILTI), UC Irvine offers grant opportunities for online course development.


The goal of this initiative is to:

  • Encourage faculty to envision and experiment with digital learning and pedagogical innovations that can enhance student engagement and learning collaboration.
  • Foster campus collaborations by developing and offering large cross-listed online undergraduate courses to benefit UC students across the system as well as non-matriculated students.

Eligibility:

  • Faculty: ladder-rank, LSOE (lecturer with security of employment), LPSOE (lecturer with security the potential of employment), and Unit-18 lecturers with a Co-PI who is a member of the Academic Senate.
  • Course: Undergraduate courses that are offered at least once a year during the Academic Year (excluding summer), and must be available for cross-campus enrollment across UC after the course is developed to be delivered online.

RFP Award: Each accepted RFP will be granted:

  • $14,000: Faculty Stipend; Graduate Student’s Compensation; Unrestricted Research Fund.
  • $16,000: Course Development Consultation and Video Production from the Center for Instructional Design (CID), Division of Teaching and Learning.
  • $4,000: Video Captioning
  • $1,000: Technology Equipment and Course Development Tools

Selection Priority:

  1. Large enrollment undergraduate general education (GE) courses that are commonly offered across UC campuses, course sequences, and required courses for a number of majors.
  2. Undergraduate courses that can benefit students across UC campuses.
  3. Undergraduate courses that can be included in an existing or a future minor, concentration, or post-baccalaureate certificate program.
RFP Timeline

May 31, 2017: Application Deadline
June 16, 2017: Award Announcement
June 26 – September 17, 2017: Online Course Development (one quarter extension can be requested)  

Further Questions

Please Contact:
The Center for Instructional Design (CID) at Division of Teaching and Learning, University of California Irvine

Phone: (949) 824-3594
Email: cid@uci.edu
Web: http://wp.due.uci.edu/cid/about/contact-us/