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Fall 2020 deadline: Nov. 20

IDC Workshops

There are no upcoming events at this time.

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TLTR Grants

Apply for a TLTR Grant. The Fall 2020 deadline is November 20, 2020.

The Teaching, Learning and Technology Roundtable (TLTR) awards “Technology in Teaching and Learning” grants to encourage faculty, librarians, and professional staff who teach to integrate technologies, throughout the disciplines, into teaching and learning at Ramapo College.

With an annual budget funded by the Vice President for Administration and Finance, TLTR grants support the efforts of faculty, librarians, and professional staff who teach to develop applications that incorporate the technologies in teaching and learning and related research and assessment. For more information on the grants, please see the Grants Overview page or the Innovative Technology Grants page. If you have any questions regarding the grants, please contact TLTR Committee Members Cathy Moran Hajo (chajo@ramapo.edu) and Hilary Westgate (hwestgat@ramapo.edu).

Grant recipients are required to present the results of the grant in a method that can be linked to the TLTR website. (e.g. a report, power point, or video demonstration). This must be done within a year of receiving funding. Completed proposal must be submitted electronically to Joan Capizzi (jcapizzi@ramapo.edu) in the office of the Provost.

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TLTR Mission

The Teaching, Learning, and Technology Roundtable (TLTR) at Ramapo College of New Jersey is a campus-wide roundtable with representatives from administration, faculty, professional, and technology support staff. TLTR seeks to motivate and enable campus constituents and individuals to improve teaching and learning with technology, while helping them to cope with continual change. The goals of TLTR are to:

  • Gather, research, and assess information about existing and emerging technologies, and explore their relevance to academic and professional endeavors;
  • Support and guide, regardless of the user’s technological background, differences in background, disabilities, and other factors, the integration of information and instructional technology into educational programs, practices and professional development through grants and other activities;
  • Develop and recommend plans of action;
  • Monitor and assess implementation and effectiveness of plans of action.
TLTR Committee Members
  • Diane¬†Andronaco (Nursing)
  • Ray Fallon (IDC)
  • Michael Bitz (IDC)
  • Cathy Moran Hajo (HGS – Chair)
  • Robert Josic (Communications)
  • Zach Layton (CA)
  • Sharon Leathers (Education)
  • Changhee Lee (ASB)
  • Missy Long (OSS)
  • John McTighe (SSHS)
  • Jefferson Sampson (ITS)
  • Hilary Westgate (Library – Grants Subcommittee Chair)
  • Trish Williams (IDC)