Thursday, December 4, 2014 from 1 pm – 2 pm Eastern Time
Winning proposals in the NSF Cyberlearning Program represent the intersection of innovations in technology with finding answers to deep learning questions that are grounded in learning science theory. Learn how Stephanie Teasley of University of Michigan’s School for Information developed noteworthy partnerships joining these two major cyberlearning elements in her many projects in learning analytics and Computer Supported Collaborative Learning.
Winning Cyberlearning proposals take the reader through a compelling line of argument that begins with a national need and ends with a strong set of project goals and objectives. Learn, from Robert Tinker of Concord Consortium, how to build an engaging and effective cyberlearning rationale that makes a strong, clear and convincing argument.
Proposal reviewers have a deep understanding of what a winning proposal looks like. Guy-Alain Amoussau will share what an experienced proposal reviewer looks for in a winning proposal.
Tips for a Winning Research Proposal by Mark Matthews, editor of the ASEE PRISM (September 2014 Issue).
Excerpts from Winning Proposals (password protected)
Want help connecting with others to develop Cyberlearning partnerships? Contact CIRCL.
Teasley, S. & Tinker, R. (2014, December 4). Writing a Winning Cyberlearning Proposal – Finding the Right Partners and Developing a Strong Line of Argument [Webinar]. In CIRCL Webinar Series. Retrieved from http://circlcenter.org/events/writing-winning-cyberlearning-proposal-webinar/