Call for Participants: Rutgers–Camden Digital Teaching Fellows
The application period for our 2018 Fellowship program has ended. We look forward to offering this program again in 2019.
Read about last year’s workshops in the Digital Teaching Fellows 2017 report (pdf).
See a list of our previous fifty-seven Digital Teaching Fellows (pdf).
Since the first Digital Teaching Fellowships were awarded in 2014, the program has energized several cohorts of full-time faculty members to re-design courses, embedding cutting-edge classroom technologies for engaging students. Academic department chairs agree that the program not only improves instruction by the Fellows, but also spreads enthusiasm for new classroom techniques among colleagues. Camden deans Ganesh, Lindenmeyer, Cahill, and Palis (interim) have funded the program again, for 2018. New this year, the program will include online and hybrid teaching, as well as classroom-based instruction.
Full-time Rutgers-Camden faculty, if you are interested in joining this distinguished fellowship, please complete the online application below no later than April 16, 2018. No baseline digital experience is required, but you must designate at least one class you will be teaching in Fall 2018 or Spring 2019 that you will redesign over this summer. The group is limited to 25 participants.
- Fellows must commit to:
- two full-day workshops on Tuesday, May 22nd and Wednesday, May 23rd;
- the completed re-design of the proposed course; and
- a brief presentation of your project, delivered to colleagues in an upcoming semester.
- Fellows will receive:
- an iPad Air on acceptance to program;
- a stipend of $500 upon May workshops completion; and
- a second stipend of $500 after presentation of the course re-design.
The application period for the 2018 Fellowship has closed.