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Provost Announces 2017-2018 Hybrid Learning RFP Awardees

by | May 30, 2017

The Office of the Provost has announced the winners of the fourth round of the Hybrid Learning Course Redesign and Delivery Request for Proposals (RFP). Eighteen Columbia faculty have been awarded grants to support the redesign, delivery, and evaluation of their courses during the 2017-2018 academic year.

The Hybrid Learning Course Redesign and Delivery grant program provides support for faculty who are developing innovative and technology-rich pedagogy and learning strategies for Columbia courses. Faculty awardees receive support from CTL learning designers and specialists for the redesign, delivery, and evaluation of their courses. Visit the VPTL website to learn more about the Hybrid Learning awardees and winners from previous years.

The 2017-2018 awardees are:

William Bailey
Interactive web-facing simulations in the physical properties of materials
School of Engineering and Applied Science

José Antonio Castellanos-Pazos
Maximizing Class Time Learning by Flipping a Classroom: an Elementary Comprehensive Portuguese I/II for Spanish Speakers Course
Latin American and ​Iberian Cultures

Angelina Craig-Flórez
Beyond the Textbook: A Hybrid Redesign for Spanish Intermediate II
​Latin American and ​Iberian Cultures ​

William B. Eimicke
EMPA Program Technology Supported Curriculum Redesign
School of International and Public Affairs

Lenin Grajo
Developing Client-Centered and Function-based Outcome Measures through a Hybrid Doctoral Course on Measurement and Instrumentation
Physicians & Surgeons

Kevin Griffin
Engaging students and improving learning outcomes in a blended classroom: A redesign of EESC 4550 Plant Physiological Ecology
Earth and Environmental Sciences

Thomas Groll
Adaptive e-Learning in Economics
​School of International and Public Affairs

Thai Jones
Hybrid Learning and Redesign Course Proposal for the Sixties in the Archives
Rare Book and Manuscript Library

Shantanu Lal
Virtual Reality For Dental Anxiety Management: A Paradigm Shift In Healthcare Education
Dental Medicine

Silvia Martins
Principles of Epidemiology: An Upgraded Flipped Classroom Proposal
Mailman School of Public Health

Caroline Braun Marvin
Engagement through Exploration and Experimentation: Building “21st-Century Skills” in an Introductory Neuroscience Course
Psychology

Letty Moss-Salentijn
Local anesthesia: Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) Learning Tool Development
Dental Medicine

Kathleen Mullen
​Team-Based Learning of the Nursing Process
School of Nursing

Jose Ruiz Campillo
Building Gamification and Interactivity to Drive Out of Class Work in Spanish Language Courses
Latin American and Iberian Cultures

Ansaf Salleb-Aouissi
Adding a Chatbot to answer FAQs in Massive Open Online Courses
School of Engineering and Applied Science

Sharon Akabas & Eleanor Sterling
Redesigning an Interdisciplinary Foods Course From a Systems Thinking Perspective
Physicians & Surgeons

Soda Mariame Iyane Sy
A Technology-based Supplemental Redesign for Elementary Wolof
Middle Eastern, South Asian and African Studies

Bette Weneck
Mapping the History of Education in New York City
Teachers College

Learn how CTL staff collaborate with Hybrid Learning Awardees and other instructors at Columbia to transform their classrooms in our Instructor Spotlight series.