- Carleton University Teaching Grants
- Teaching and Learning Services Grants
- Faculty Specific Teaching Grants
The Provost has established the Experiential Learning Fund to increase the number of experiential learning opportunities for Carleton students, particularly in programs which may not have many EL opportunities; to enhance existing experiential learning opportunities; to build awareness of experiential learning at Carleton; and to support the articulation of employability skills for Carleton’s students within the institution’s academic programming. The fund supports two types of projects: course projects (financial support in the range of $1,000 – $2,500 per project is available) and program level projects (financial support in the range of $2500 – $10,000 per project is available).
The purpose of the CITI grant is to provide support for investigating student learning and alternative approaches to teaching and assessing student learning at the individual, departmental, Faculty, or institutional levels. The overall aims are to foster deep student learning at Carleton University and promote curiosity, reflection, and exploration in the areas of teaching and learning. There will be one grant presented annually in the amount of up to $6,000.
The Office of the Associate Vice-President (Teaching and Learning) is pleased to offer four internal grants that have a few interrelated goals:
- To encourage scholarly activity about teaching and learning at Carleton University;
- To investigate and experiment with new approaches to teaching and learning, and disseminate evidence-based knowledge about the results;
- To highlight and validate the importance of educational development for educators’ personal growth and students’ learning.
This grant provides funding for Carleton’s faculty members to engage in systematic, evidence-based, scholarly investigations of all aspects of teaching and learning in post-secondary context. Research projects in various phases of the development are eligible for funding (e.g. data collection and analyses; manuscript writing and publishing).
There will be three grants for up to $8,000 available annually.
The SoTL Mini-Grant aims to support small-scale projects about teaching and learning that will benefit Carleton University’s teaching community, and to encourage sharing and dissemination of findings about teaching and learning among the members of Carleton’s teaching community.
The annual amount for the SoTL Mini-Grants is $5,000. Depending on the funding requirements of the submitted proposals, this amount can be distributed across qualified projects in equal or differing amounts. The maximum amount per one mini-grant is $1,000.
This grant was established to allow Carleton’s faculty members and instructors to implement and investigate new approaches to teaching and learning, to further develop their skills as educators, and enhance conversations about teaching and learning across academic units.
The annual amount for the Teaching Development Grants is $7,500. Teaching development projects are funded on a continuous basis, with no specific application deadlines, and limited only by the allocated funds for each fiscal year, on a first-come-first-served basis. Maximum funding per instructor in a given budget year is $1,500.
Teaching and Learning Services assists in funding some of the travel costs incurred by faculty members, instructors and contract instructors to make scholarly presentations in academic conferences with a focus on teaching and learning (for example, STLHE, CSSHE, and similar).
The funds available may change from year to year. For the 2018-19 fiscal year, the total amount available is $3,500. Faculty members and instructors are eligible for up to $500 per person. Each applicant may hold one travel grant in a single fiscal year.
Two grants may be awarded annually in the amount of up to $3,000 to faculty members, instructors, or contract instructors teaching in the Faculty of Engineering and Design for projects that engage in evidence-based, systemic scholarly investigations of teaching and learning related to the Faculty of Engineering and Design.