2013 – 2014 IDEA Grant Recipients

DELTA is pleased to announce the awarding of $80,000 in new IDEA Grants to 10 recipients across six academic colleges. The lead faculty member and title for each project supported this year are listed below:

Recipient Project Title
Suzie Goodell The Development of a Distance Education Course with a Service-Learning Component: NTR 210- Community Food Security
Dr. Cynthia L Hemenway Interactive On-Line Materials for DE and Classroom Versions of BCH453/553
Mr. R. Lee Ivy HS 200 Home Horticulture DE Revamp/Transition
Nancy Mitchell The Rise of the American Empire, 1898-2001
Dr. Adam W Meade IDEA Grant for Psy 311 Dr. Adam Meade
Robin Fran Abrams Experiencing Cities
Deborah K Littlejohn Augmented Gallery Walk/Collaborative Design Exhibition: GD203 History of Graphic Design
Anna Howard Statics — Books, Captions, Homework, & Stars
Laurie Wilson Gharis Electronic Science Based Field Tour
Dr. Tushar K Ghosh TT 351: Woven Products and Processes

 

DELTA’s Innovation in Distributed Education Applications (IDEA) Grants are a competitive awards program that promotes innovation in the use of instructional technology in online distance teaching and learning, builds expertise in this area, and enhances the technology-rich learning environment at North Carolina State University. DELTA provides assistance in the form of personnel hours and funds to faculty and staff to support the planning, design and development of high quality distance education courses. The DELTA IDEA Grants, seek to cultivate instructional excellence in online environments by promoting new ideas, teaching methods, and technologies.

To learn more about the IDEA Grants, read more about the history of the program, or look at some FAQs, visit https://delta.ncsu.edu/ideagrants/. For more information, contact ideagrants@lists.ncsu.edu.