In May, we announced the availability of $10,000 grants to support campus innovation, and early in June we released the list of nine proposals that have been funded for Fall 2017. We received more than 30 proposals from IT and Academic Technology Staff, as well as from faculty. Innovation areas included improving the student experience, exploring virtual reality, and improving the efficiency of technology deployment and support.
Congratulations to all the minigrant recipients! We will be looking forward with anticipation to see what they can accomplish over the next six months.
- Mihaela Popescu, San Bernardino: Supporting Faculty-Student Collaboration for Producing Engaging Virtual Reality Instructional Content
- Ben Quillian, Northridge: DIY Technology Support Using Artificial Intelligence (AI)
- Amir Dabirian, Fullerton: Titanium Engagement (Moodle Dashboard)
- Jennifer Redd, San Jose: Supporting Faculty Exploration of Virtual and Augmented Reality
- Peter F. Young, San Jose: Diving Deeper into the Story… Much deeper than just 360 degrees
- Ranjit Philip, Northridge: Technology Services to Support Academic Research using AWS Institutional Framework
- Orlando Leon, Fresno: Mobile Student Intranet
- Teresa Macklin, San Marcos: On-Demand System Provisioning
- Srikanth Danapal, San Francisco: Natural Language Processing Artificial Intelligence Chabot