Innovative Learning Project

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    Innovative Learning Projects (ILP) 

  • ALL of the Innovative Learning Project forms are listed here for your convenience.
    What is an ILP?  A project that promotes innovate learning strategies that strengthen retention and student success. 
    Who can have an ILP? Interested project directors should collaborate with full-time and adjunct faculty, administrators, staff and students. 
    Need some help writing your proposal?
    • Come to the Professional Development Workshop for Innovative Learning Projects where you can receive help on your proposal and discuss your idea. The workshop will be held from 1-2 p.m., Friday, September 12, 2014 in IL111.
    • Contact Susan Paul
    What makes a successful proposal? 

    Proposals should:

    • Support the principles of Vision 2.0 and the Learning College
    • Demonstrate cross-functional/cross-divisional teaming
    • Measure retention improvements and student success in large populations
    • Be scalable and transferable
    • Incorporate or readily adapt to asynchronous delivery
    • Proposals are evaluated based on Criteria for Innovative Learning Project Awards (80 points total)
      • Supports the principles of the Learning College and Vision 2.0 priorities.  (10 pts.)
      • Describes the project's impact on retention and student success. (20 pts.)
      • Establishes clear assessment procedures. (20 pts.)
      • Actively involves inter-disciplinary, collaborative teams, which may include faculty, staff, administrators, and students. (10 pts.)
      • Budget is allocated appropriately. (10 pts.)
      • Presents an overall content and design that demonstrates quality, merit, and efficiency. (10 pts.) 
    How do I apply?

    Those interested in submitting an Innovative Learning Project proposal for Fall 2014 must:

    • Email your Intent to Susan Paul.
    • Complete the proposal form including the budget calculation form below.     
    • Submit the Innovative Learning proposal to Susan Paul.  Final proposals will receive a reading by LCCC faculty, according to the six criteria established by the Center for Teaching Excellence. 

      The committee can give any of the following 4 recommendations:
      • Approved
      • Approved with suggested revisions 
      • Partially approved 
      • Not approved with reasons
    • Adhere to Project Requirements:
      • Monthly meetings to evaluate progress.
      • Responsible budget reporting using the pay request form.
      • Final Report submitted 60 days after project's completion.
      • Copy of Final Report made available as a sample to future applicants in the Center for Teaching Excellence office in the Barbara and Mike Bass Library/Community Resource Center.
    What projects have been funded in the past?

    Here are abstracts of past projects:
    ILP Abstracts

    Additional information about these projects is available in the Educator Resource Cove (LC 236).

    How can I get more information? 

    Contact Susan Paul via email or ext. 7422, Coordinator of Innovative Learning Projects.

    Review the ILP Fact Sheet


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