The Technology Fellows Program is a long standing learning community that fosters student success through sound course design and the integration of technology to enhance both teaching and learning.
This year Technology Fellows is partnering with the newly formed Textbook Transformation Fellowship to develop courses that include free-to-access course materials, such as Open Educational Resources (OERs). Free-to-access course materials directly impact student success by improving student performance, retention, especially for low-income and first-generation college students.
Tech Fellows are selected in the spring, work closely with instructional designers and faculty colleagues throughout the year, and are awarded financial compensation upon completion of their projects.
To learn more about Technology Fellows, reach out to Dr. Heather Nash at (907) 786-6520 or email. You can also find additional information about Textbook Affordability on the Student Success webpages. The Technology Fellows / Textbook Transformation Fellowship is a competitive process. Please help us welcome this year's cohort:
2019 Technology Fellows / Textbook Transformation Fellowship
|Doug Bourne||Dr. Samuel Cook||Dr. Stefanos Folias|
|Dr. Alison Gardell||Dr. Gregory Hartley||Dr. Rachael Hannah|
|Dr. Jeremy Nettleton||Solveig Pedersen||Dr. Leslie Redmond|
|Michelle Scaman||Dr. John Sirois||Sarah Smith|
|Dr. Corrie Whitmore|
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