Facilitate effective support across campus through partnering
- Create a list of who provides teaching and learning support on campus, share the list and update it regularly. Provide mechanisms for programs to learn more about each other, and for them to partner with one another. Include programs with primary missions for supporting teaching and learning (with or without technology), such as the Libraries, FTEP, GTP, and STEM Learning Assistants program (School of Education).
- Create a grant or incentive program to support or facilitate peer-to-peer mentoring or expertise-sharing in this area.
- Involve faculty and students more directly and regularly in decision making about how to provide support. This may mean participating on advisory committees, or holding formal managerial appointments in support structures.
- Re-examine technology support models currently funded by course and instructional fees. Look for potential to restructure the support models. Current fees may have been implemented when the technology teaching & learning environment was very different. Encourage low-cost models, such as peer learning (students or faculty learning from each other).
For questions about ITSP, please contact Marin Stanek by email at Marin.Stanek@colorado.edu or phone at 303-735-5225.