Tuesday, May 26, 2015 from 2 pm – 3pm Eastern Time
Program Officer Christopher Hoadley will lead an informational webinar on the National Science Foundation, its mission and organization, what it funds across programs with respect to cyberlearning, how proposals are evaluated, and guidelines for newcomers.
- The current solicitation by the NSF Cyberlearning Program
- Cyberlearning Proposal Checklist [PDF]
- Common Reasons Cyberlearning Proposals are Not Recommended for Funding [PDF]
- Guiding Questions for Cyberlearning Proposal Reviewers [PDF]
- The NSF Cyberlearning Program [PDF]
|Full Proposal: Integration Projects (INTs)||July 13, 2015|
|Capacity-Building Projects (CAPs)||July 31, 2015|
|Capacity-Building Projects (CAPs)||December 7, 2015|
|Exploration Projects (EXPs)||December 18, 2015|
|Development and Implementation (DIPs)||January 18, 2016|
|Capacity-Building Projects (CAPs)||March 25, 2016|
NSF Cyberlearning Proposal Resources – Links to tips, checklists, and guiding questions developed by NSF for past NSF Cyberlearning Solicitation webinars hosted by CIRCL.
Synopsis of Cyberlearning and Future Learning Technologies Program:
The purpose of the Cyberlearning and Future Learning Technologies program is to integrate opportunities offered by emerging technologies with advances in what is known about how people learn to advance three interconnected thrusts:
- Innovation: inventing and improving next-generation genres (types) of learning technologies, identifying new means of using technology for fostering and assessing learning, and proposing new ways of integrating learning technologies with each other and into learning environments to foster and assess learning;
- Advancing understanding of how people learn in technology-rich learning environments: enhancing understanding of how people learn and how to better foster and assess learning, especially in technology-rich learning environments that offer new opportunities for learning and through data collection and computational modeling of learners and groups of learners that can be done only in such environments; and
- Promoting broad use and transferability of new genres: extracting lessons from experiences with these technologies that can inform design and use of new genres across disciplines, populations, and learning environments; advancing understanding of how to foster learning through effective use these new technologies and the environments they are integrated into.
Proposals are expected to address all three of the program’s thrusts.
Hoadley, C. (2015, May 26). Introduction to NSF for Cyberlearning [Webinar]. In CIRCL Webinar Series. Retrieved from http://circlcenter.org/events/introduction-to-nsf-for-cyberlearning-webinar