Innovations in Teaching with Technology Awards

EXPERIMENTS IN A PHYSICS LAB CLASS

In the fall of 2001, the Academic Technologies Advisory Council initiated a program for supporting innovative applications of instructional computing. Now referred to as the Innovations in Teaching with Technology Awards (ITTA), the goal is to raise the level of instructional computing at The University of Iowa by supporting significant and innovative instructional computing projects that have the potential to improve the education provided to students throughout the university. 

Innovations in Teaching with Technology Awards (ITTA)

Call for Proposals

If you are interested in submitting a proposal, please review the Proposal Guidelines for the Innovations in Teaching with Technology Awards and proposals that were awarded funding in prior years

Applicants are encouraged to contact: Les Finken, 384-4357 or by email for assistance in determining whether their idea for a proposal is suitable for ITTA funding.

To submit a proposal to the Innovations in Teaching with Technology Awards, please fill out the online proposal submission form:

ITTA Online Proposal Submission Form

 

Other University of Iowa Funding Opportunities

 

FY13 ITTA Proposal Highlight

NAO Robot
In the fall of 2012, Alberto Segre, Computer Science and George De La Pena, Dance submitted a proposal to offer a new project-based course tentatively entitled "Robotic Dance." Students work in small interdisciplinary groups to create and produced a creative dance work to be performed, at least in part, by robots. Performing Arts students will learn about computation. Computer Science/Informatics students learn about creative work. All students learn about interdisciplinary collaboration. More...