Faculty: Submit proposals for ActiveLearning+ initiative by May 9

For the past three years, the Active Learning Fellows program has worked with Case Western Reserve University faculty to re-imagine their courses with the primary goal of making active learning and collaboration key components of the instructional practice.

The Division of Information Technology Services (ITS), in partnership with University Center for Innovation in Teaching and Education and the Freedman Center for Digital Scholarship, is expanding upon the goals of the original Active Learning Fellowship to advance teaching and learning at CWRU. This new program, ActiveLearning+, expands upon the concepts of collaboration and active learning.

Interested faculty members, teams or entire departments should explore new teaching and learning approaches that acknowledge and leverage technology in and outside the classroom.

ActiveLearning+ seeks proposals that address innovation in instructional design and implementation of new technologies and techniques. Specifically, this request for proposals focuses on submissions that seek to develop, implement or include emerging technologies and instructional methods in CWRU classrooms.

Proposals are due by May 9 to activelearning@case.edu. More information about the ActiveLearning+ initiative and request for proposals process is available online.