Grant Archive

Find summary documentation and information about past Learning Innovation (formerly the Center for Instructional Technology) grants awards and programs in the table below.

Blog posts about grant awards are available for certain grant programs:

Information about CIT’s iPad loaner program, which replaced our large grant awards program in 2011-2014, is available on our iPad program page.

All documents are PDFs, except where noted.

Term Program namePurposeDocsAwards (click for details)
Fall 2008Strategic Initiative GrantTo support instructional technology projects which align with Duke strategic goals.CFP
Application (part 1 and part 2)
4 ($22,430) (html)
Spring 2008Strategic Initiative GrantTo support instructional technology projects which align with Duke strategic goals.CFP
Application (part 1 and part 2)
5 ($38,790) (html)
Spring 2007Visualization Exploration GrantTo support faculty incorporating “visualization” in teaching, where “visualization” was broadly definedCFP
Applications:DiVE and General Exploration
6 ($25,350) (html)
Spring 2006Course Design GrantsTo support faculty in designing new courses that focused onstudent learning goals, and planning activities and assessments to show whether studentsmet the goals.CFP
Application
6 ($30,000)
Spring 2005Incentive GrantsTo encourage faculty to explore and develop highly innovative applications of technology to address instructional needs.Application1 ($40,000)
Spring 2004Incentive GrantsTo encourage faculty to explore and develop highly innovative applications of technology to address instructional needs.CFP (includes application)5 ($144,134)
Spring 2003Incentive GrantsTo encourage faculty to explore and develop highly innovative applications of technology to address instructional needs.CFP3 ($59,758)
Spring 2002Incentive GrantsTo encourage faculty to explore and develop highly innovative applications of technology to address instructional needs.CFP2 ($46,900)
Fall 2001Incentive Grants: Laptop and PDA focusProjects that explore the educational value of using laptop computers, small hand-held Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs) and wireless network connections.CFP8 ($187,677)
Spring 2001Incentive GrantsTo encourage faculty to explore and develop creative applications of technology to address instructional needs.CFP13 new projects ($148,830), 7 existing projects with continuing funding ($15,000)
Spring 2000Dell FAST Start GrantsFunds from Dell Computer Corp. were used to launch Dell FAST-Start, a program that matched faculty and students to complete technology projects for Duke classes.Report
Spring 2000Incentive GrantsTo encourage faculty to explore and developcreative applications of technology to address instructional needs.CFP11 individual projects ($92,949), 7 projects given joint multimedia support ($53,000),multiple projects student assistance ($4,000)
Spring 1999Incentive GrantsCFP 24 ($169,899)