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									                                                                       Simulation and Educational Technology
                                                                       Stanford University School of Medicine
                                                                       Division of Information Resources & Technology
                                                                       http://med.stanford.edu/set  650.723.6952



        Simulation & EdTech Minigrant Application
          http://med.stanford.edu/irt/teaching/minigrants.html

          What are Minigrants?
          Simulation & EdTech, a division of the School of Medicine’s Information Resources and Technology
          group (IRT), supports the School of Medicine and its faculty in the effective application of
          simulation and educational technology to enhance learning. We offer minigrants to support course
          directors and other faculty who want to develop, integrate, and evaluate educational
          technologies in the curriculum.

          We will especially consider applications related to our core focus for 2011:

              1. mobile technologies and interfaces
              2. simulation & immersive learning.


          What is Awarded?
          A SET Minigrant award may includes:

              1. consultation with SET staff to help strategically plan projects
              2. Up to $2000 towards*:
                    a) identify and fund purchase of any necessary technologies
                    b) assistance finding and funding appropriate student or part-time staff


          What are Successful Examples?
                 Anatomy faculty Ian Whitmore and John Gosling reorganized interactive lab cases into a
                  web-based format that aligns with their course schedule and links from CourseWork
                 Practice of Medicine course used Minigrant funds to purchase pelvic simulation trainers to
                  help students learn techniques of the physical exam
                 Other examples of Simulation at Stanford: http://cisl.stanford.edu
                 Other examples of EdTech projects: http://med.stanford.edu/irt/teaching/minigrants.html


          What is the Application Process?
          Applications are due on or before 5pm on January 17, 2011. Please email proposals to Brian
          Tobin (btobin@stanford.edu). Proposals will be reviewed by committee and applicants will be
          notified by February 1, 2011. The application is on Page 2 of this document. SET staff members are
          happy to work with you in developing your proposal.

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          *Minigrants will not provide funds to cover salary or benefits for faculty and staff.




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                                                                            Simulation and Educational Technology
                                                                            Stanford University School of Medicine
                                                                            Division of Information Resources & Technology
                                                                            http://med.stanford.edu/set  650.723.6952



        Simulation & EdTech Minigrant Application
          http://med.stanford.edu/irt/teaching/minigrants.html


          Instructions:
          Send completed application (3 pages maximum) to btobin@stanford.edu (650-387-5841) by 5pm
          January 17, 2011.



          Date of Application:



          Name of Applicant, Contact Info, and Department:



          Title of Project:



          Course or project requesting support:
          Please state if this is a required course, an elective course, or another project. List times/dates of
          meetings, the target audience, and the number of learners impacted.




          Description of project:
          Describe what your project’s goals are and how your project will be used. It is not necessary to include
          technical details. Address how you think the technology will enhance the learners’ experience and
          learning and/or how this will improve your teaching.




          Project Requirements:
          What type of support and how much will you need? What is your budget? What is your timeline and
          deadlines?


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          Long-term Plans:
          What are your long-term plans for this project? How will you ensure that your project’s findings or
          product have a long-term impact? What support will be necessary for maintenance and updating?




          Additional Comments or Questions:
          Is there anything else you would like to say or ask?




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