President's Award for Excellence in Teaching and Learning Technology

This award honors highly innovative faculty members who have contributed significantly to the enhancement of teaching and learning at Indiana University through the sustained and innovative use of technology. Recipients have demonstrated an ongoing commitment to the use of instructional technologies to improve student learning, motivation, and creativity, with their work and scholarship having significant impact beyond their own departments and institution.

The award is presented at the Celebration of Distinguished Teaching each spring. Furthermore, the recipient becomes Indiana University's nominee for the Ernest L. Boyer International Award for Excellence in Teaching, Learning, and Technology.

The President’s Award for Excellence in Teaching and Learning Technology is available to all tenure-line full-time faculty (or equivalent)—and to all full-time, permanent lecturers and clinical rank faculty—who have taught for three or more years at Indiana University. Visiting and emeritus faculty members are not eligible. A nomination must be submitted and successful nominees will be expected to prepare a dossier

General Guidelines

Nominators for this award should provide evidence that the candidate has significantly enhanced student learning through the use of technology; both employed and advanced good practices in the use of instructional technologies; demonstrated ongoing commitment to application and improvement of these practices across multiple semesters and courses; and taken on relevant leadership in his or her department, campus, and/or discipline. Outstanding candidates will have a record of scholarly activities that document this leadership within and/or beyond their academic disciplines.

Established in 2013, this award honors highly innovative faculty members who have contributed significantly to the enhancement of teaching and learning at Indiana University through the sustained and innovative use of technology. Recipients have demonstrated an ongoing commitment to the use of instructional technologies to improve student learning, motivation, and creativity, with their work and scholarship having significant impact beyond their own departments and institution.

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