Echo 360’s Active Learning Grants Program – call for submissionsPosted: May 13, 2013
Echo360, Griffith’s recording system as used in Lecture Capture, is once again awarding six $10,000 (US) grants to institutions to research how active learning technology impacts teaching and learning on campus and beyond.
Echo 360 says;
Echo360 is on a mission to transform teaching and learning through active learning technology. Over one million students in 6,000 classrooms now have a more engaging learning experience using the Echo360 Active Learning Platform. These students participate more frequently, study more effectively, and collaborate more often using Echo360 before, during and after class.
To date, the Echo 360 Active Learning Grants Program has awarded a quarter of a million dollars in funding to Universities and colleges around the world, for learning technology research.
There are 4 grant types:
- Adopter’s Grants
- Lecture Tools Grant
- Newcomer’s Grant
- Active Learning Merit Grants
Submissions must be in by Friday, June 28. For more information, including the criteria for submissions, please visit the 2013 Active Learning Grants Program website.