- Future Learning Innovation Fellowship
- Course Transformation Fund
- Carleton University Experiential Learning Fund
- Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) Grant
- Teaching Development Grant
- Contract Instructor Teaching Innovation Grant
As part of the new Future Learning Lab, this fellowship supports instructors and academic units in incorporating technologies, including XR, AI, Brightspace, cuPortfolio and more, to solve teaching and learning challenges. Up to 10 fellowships are available, spanning from January 2023 to April 2024.
This fund provides funding and support for instructors and academic units interested in re–imagining or redesigning courses in which instructors, academic units, or students may face significant challenges. Funding is currently available for courses that will be offered in fall 2022, winter 2023, summer 2023 and fall 2023.
The Provost established the Carleton University Experiential Learning Fund (CUELF) to increase the number of experiential learning opportunities for Carleton students, to enhance existing experiential learning opportunities at Carleton, and to support the articulation of employability skills for 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 $2,500 – $10,000 per project is available).
This grant provides funding for Carleton’s instructors to engage in systematic, evidence-based, scholarly investigations of all aspects of teaching and learning in a post-secondary context. Financial support in the range of $1,000 – $5,000 per project is available.
This grant encourages investigations and implementations of new approaches to teaching and learning in Carleton’s classrooms. It also allows Carleton’s instructors to further develop their teaching skills, and to enhance conversations about teaching and learning across academic units.The financial support in the range of $500 – $2,500 per project is available.
This grant provides 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 and promote curiosity, reflection, and exploration in the areas of teaching and learning. Two $6,000 grants are available annually.