Important Note Regarding Curriculum Grants: There are 2 different types of the Curriculum Grants. The elearning Curriculum grants apply to online and hybrid course development. The Curriculum grants can be used to develop curriculum for any type of class.
1. 2014-2015 Curriculum Grants:
Curriculum Grant Overview
- Individual proposals are funded up to $3,000 for a new course and start at $600 for a course revision, up to a maximum of $1,800.
- Group proposals are funded up to $5,400. (Group projects may apply to one college or involve two or more colleges in the district.)
Application deadlines for the 2014 - 2015 Curriculum grants have been finalized.
Curriculum Grant Application and Guidelines: Access through the Intranet (use the Curriculum Grants Link).
2014-2015 Curriculum Grant Deadlines:
- February 28, 2014: Faculty deadline for submitting DRAFT proposal for OPTIONAL committee feedback (Not required but STRONGLY recommend to help ensure your proposal is funded).
- April 14, 2014: Last day for faculty to submit proposals online for their division deans for approval.
- April 21, 2014: Last day for deans to approve proposals online and forward proposals to VPs of Instruction.
- April 28, 2014: Last day for VPIs to approve proposals online and submit proposals for funding.
- June 3, 2014: Curriculum Grant Awards Announced.
- October 14 - April 7, 2015: Course content completion and submission. All course deliverables must be submitted electronically using an approved CANVAS course shell BEFORE April 7, 2015.
2013-2014 CDGC Grant Awards were given to the following faculty members.
- John Wisely: CDC Grant - Revision and Update of the Biology 100 Lab Manual.
- Tonya Darling: CDC Grant - New Courses: Creation of the following: Wine History I (3000 BC to Middle Ages) and Wine History II (European Renaissance to Present Day)
- Paul Vershueren: CDC Grant - Creation of a series of online video tutorials to supplement the three quarter Statway curriculum (used to teach introductory statistics).
- Daniel Poux: CDC Grant - New Course: Development of an Introductory STEM Orientation Course.
- Ann Levine (Team Leader): CDC Grant - Creation of a course manual for ESL 5A and 5B containing active listening resources and activities based on TED talks.
- Annie John (Team Leader): CDC Grant - Revamp and revise existing GED curriculum to include common core standards which will be the basis for the new GED curriculum beginning Winter 2014.
- Christiaan Vanvliet: CDC Grant - Revise and update the School of Opticianry Program (including all existing syllabi and course outlines).
The above faculty (and faculty teams) will be required to complete and submit all deliverables BEFORE April 8th, 2014. All content produced will be posted on a district CANVAS site that is accessible for faculty.
View successful grant applications:
2. 2013-2014 eLearning Grants:
View guidelines on our eLearning page.
Each fall grants are awarded to:
- Develop a new online course ($3,000 stipend per course for an individual or for college teams, and $5,400 for cross-district teams; amount to be shared equally by the faculty team).
- eLearning grants should be used for all LMS based course conversions (i.e. converting from a face-to-face class to a hybrid or an online course). If the course is NOT currently taught (within the district) in the "new" modality it will be considered a new course. However, please consider a curriculum grant (course revision) if the course is currently taught in the modality of interest somewhere in the district.
Application deadlines for the 2013 - 2014 Curriculum grants have been finalized.
eLearning Curriculum Grant Application and Guidelines: Access through the District Intranet (use the elearning Grant link).
eLearning Curriculum Grant Deadlines from 2013-2014:
November 27th: Last day for faculty to submit proposals online for their division deans for approval.
December 6th: Last day for deans to approve proposals online and forward proposals to VPs for Instruction.
December 13rd: Last day for VPIs to approve proposals online and submit proposals for funding.
December 18th: Funding decisions announced.
Friday May 2, 2014: Course completion date. All course materials should be submitted for review electronically using a CANVAS course shell.