Do you know what UF Apps, the 3D Printer lab in the Marston Science Library, and the A/V systems in the Ocora and Ustler Atrium have in common?
These projects were all initially funded by UF Technology Fee Grants!
The UF Technology Fee funds ideas proposed by students, staff and faculty through a competitive grant process each spring. Concepts that enhance instructional technology resources in an innovative and new fashion, show benefit to a large number of students, and improve the capacity of faculty to create quality learning environments have a good chance of being funded.
UF IT puts out the call for concept proposals usually in December or January. This fall consider ideas you have that may improve instructional technology at UF and feel free to contact our IT Project Manager, Brad Harwood, to discuss these ideas to see if it will meet the criteria.
More information on the UF Technology Fee Grants, including information on how to submit a concept paper and the scoring criteria, can be found on the UF IT web-site at https://it.ufl.edu/community/technology-fee/about/