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2008 HP Technology for Teaching Higher Education Leadership Award recipients


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Through the HP Technology for Teaching grant program instructors seek to transform the learning environment through the use of technology resulting in improved student achievement.  Projects that demonstrate success in their first year are given the opportunity to compete for additional funding to expand their course redesign project.  In 2008 HP selected 10 campuses in the US and Canada for this HP Technology for Teaching Leadership award.  These institutions receive an award package of cash and equipment valued at over $131,000 each to continue their work to transform teaching and learning on their campus.  Below is a list of the 2008 HP Technology for Teaching Leadership award recipients. 


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»  York University, Seymour Schulich School of Business
Project website: e-Powering Tomorrow's Leaders (Phase 2) : Blending technologies to empower individual and collective learning for soft-skills development in management

United States


»  National University, San Diego
Project website: Virtual Apprenticeships Through Mobile Gaming: Facilitating STEM Learning through Game Design


»  Eckerd College, Saint Petersburg
Project website: Tablets: A New Prescription to Strengthen Student Engagement in the Sciences/STEM Disciplines


»  Georgia Institute of Technology, Savannah
Project website: Enhancing Instruction and Learning in Distributed Education Environments through Tablet PC Technology and Software


»  Bluegrass Community and Technical College, Lexington
Project website: Sciences Unwired: Developing a Culture for Learning


»  Boston College, Chestnut Hill
Project website: Improving Learning and Teaching Through Collaborative Computing
»  Mount Wachusett Community College, Gardner
Project website: Tablet PC Community of Practice Expansion Project

North Carolina

»  Elizabeth City State University, Elizabeth City
Project website: Developing HP Mobile Technology-Based Learning Environment to Actively Engage and Broaden Participation of Underrepresented Groups in STEM Disciplines


»  The Pennsylvania State University, Middletown
Project website: Toward an Electrical Engineering e-Program


»  Lawrence University of Wisconsin, Appleton
Project website: POGIL To Go: Using mobile technology to improve student transfer of knowledge and skills across the science curriculum

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