Technology Fellows


Tech fellows

If you are someone who is always looking for ways to improve your courses and in turn, your students' outcomes, then this program is for you.  Read on for more information about Tech Fellows and how to apply.

2018 Technology Fellows 

May 14-16, 2018

Now Accepting Applications

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We believe that a commitment to teaching is a commitment to learning. Those who continuously make an effort to commit to their own professional development should be supported and recognized. 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.

The primary focus of the 2018 Tech Fellow cohort will be on creating fully accessible new or revised courses (face to face, hybrid, or online).  However, if you have a project in mind that is not about accessibility, please do apply for consideration as part of the Tech Fellows 2018 cohort as the original focus of Tech Fellows remains intact - to build and expand new skills, interests and abilities.

If you have questions please contact Tina Coulston at

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