The Hahn Teaching with Technology program, supported by the Hahn Fund for Innovation seek special projects involving technology and teaching.
We envision projects that will develop course materials using specialized technology that requires ITS staff assistance. We see them as primarily summer projects because generally faculty and ITS staff are more available in the summer months. Most “Hahn grants” will be in the range of $500 to $3,000.
We welcome requests for projects involving assistance in:
- setting up Sakai sites for classes (Lessons, Gradebook, Tests, Forums, etc)
- setting up curricular media repositories
- integrating research into the classroom
- curricular website development/revision
- developing electronic or print publications for your teaching
- creating blogs or other social software applications for course-related projects
- working with ITS and the Libraries to integrate spatial content (like Geographic Information System software with accompanying datasets) or to create collections of primary source material for the Claremont Colleges Digital Library (CCDL) that will be used to support your teaching or to develop your students’ research and presentation skills
- converting stand-alone databases or paper forms of bibliographic records for department book/video collections into web-accessible resources
- learning or applying specialized software such as MatLab, R, Atlas.ti
Contact us to consult about a Hahn Grant
You can use the form below, or you can email Mary McMahon at firstname.lastname@example.org
For the 2017 round of grants, please contact us by March 22.