Tag Archives: Grants
INSITE stands for the International Network of Students Investigating Technology for Education. This project is the brain-child of Dr. Timothy J. Newby, an instructor in the college of Education here at Purdue University. As a selected project for one of the TLT Instructional Grants, Dr. Newby worked with our student developers Mike Chaten and Bryan [...]
The Nutrition Management System (NMS) is a web-based application allowing students the ability to track their eating habits and physical exercise over separate three-day periods. The NMS is available to professors, staff, and students at Purdue University West Lafayette campus and to other Universities that require a nutritional and exercise diary. The interactive database in [...]
Mr. Five (Mathematical Reform From Interactive Video Experiences) is an online hyper-media learning environment that integrates video clips. The application is able to store and play videos upon request. The videos can be referenced by the topics of teacher, theme, and keywords. Questions and reference information pertaining to the videos are also stored in the [...]
TeachLive involves the creation of a learning game environment that includes three case-based scenarios where students assume teacher roles and are expected to make instructional decisions, handle classroom issues, perform behavioral management and implement assistive technology.
The student developers help in the design of the IDC grants projects as well as provide project coordination, and all of the development work. There are three different position types within the student group: Project Coordinator, Lead Developer, and Developer. All of these student developers work on complex, database driven instructional applications that have an average turn around development time of one year. Each part of the team provides a pivotal roll in the successfulness of the instructional projects we develop.
Thought Ark is a free web application and collaborative space that utilize the search behaviors of the users to determine the value of various bibliographic resources. Users can identify people with similar interests and interact with them and their resources. Finally, the sources once identified can be collated and cited (APA Citation format) in papers [...]
The Budget Shortfall Strikes Again! Another casualty of the budget shortfall (see 2010 TLT Conference – Cancelled below) at Purdue University this year is now the Instructional Technology Grants program. This program originated in 1996, by the unit then named Multimedia Instructional Development Center (MIDC), these faculty grants have been designed to encourage the innovative use [...]