TLOS manages a suite of institutional grants to the Virginia Tech community including seed grants to grow leading-edge innovation, funding to develop or redesign courses for flexible and online learning experiences, and awards to support large-scale curricular redesign and competitive research grants.
4-VA Grant Initiatives
4-VA is a collaborative of Virginia Tech, College of William and Mary, George Mason University, James Madison University, Old Dominion University, University of Virginia, Virginia Commonwealth University, and Virginia Military Institute working together to realize Virginia's goals for higher education. Grants are intended to promote collaborations that leverage the strengths of each university. 4-VA grants at Virginia Tech support innovative approaches to collaborative endeavors, collaborative research, and course redesign.
Accessibility Professional Certification Grant Program
Accessible Technologies awards grants to selected candidates throughout the university to become International Association for Accessibility Professionals (IAAP) certified accessibility professionals.
Develop, Redesign, Innovate, Vitalize, and Enhance (DRIVE) grants fund the development or redesign of flexible and online learning experiences for Virginia Tech students in undergraduate and graduate programs.
Innovation in Learning Grants
Innovation in Learning (IL) Grants support the implementation and evaluation of new approaches to teaching and learning using technology. They advance the integration of new technologies in teaching and learning without limiting or prescribing the exploration of either the technologies or the curricular and pedagogical approaches.
LOOKING FOR OTHER WAYS TO PARTNER?
We are always looking for ways that we can help improve teaching and learning outcomes through technology. If you have a new idea, or would like some assistance in implementing technology in your classroom, please feel free to contact us.