Deadline: May 31, 2017
2015 Innovative Technology Award – Carlow University
At the 2010 NCLCA Conference, Julie Redmond, Assistant VP for Academic Support at Columbia College Chicago, suggested to the NCLCA Board an idea for a new award to recognize innovative use of technology for learning centers. The Board very much liked the idea and decided to postpone a call for nominations in 2011 in order to honor two long-time technology innovators for their extremely useful web sites that each had developed as a labor of love of learning. Lucy MacDonald (HowtoStudy.org) and Joe Landsberger (Study Guides and Strategies) were the inaugural winners of the NCLCA Innovative Use of Technology Award. Open nominations for this award will be accepted beginning in 2012.
The purpose of the NCLCA Innovative Use of Technology Award is:
potential areas of technology
Technology is, of course, rapidly developing, so the following list of newer technologies cannot be considered an inclusive list. Furthermore, the use of older technologies, applied in innovative ways, may also lead to an award.
The application of technology is related to learning assistance and significantly impacts student learning or learning center operations. The technology solution makes a noteworthy contribution that surpasses previous or current solutions. The technology solution demonstrates a measurable benefit and has the potential to serve as an inspiration or model for further innovation for other learning centers.
To nominate someone for this award, send an email with the following information in an MS Word attachment to Alan Craig, NCLCA Past President, at email@example.com:
Note: Winners must accept the award at the NCLCA annual conference in person or virtually via phone, Skype, FaceTime, or similar technology.
If you have any questions, please contact Alan Craig, Georgia Perimeter College (770) 274-5242 firstname.lastname@example.org
2016 Wendy Simmerman, Brigham Young University | Instructional Videos for Faculty
2015 Carlow University2014 Jon Mladic, Rasmussen College | Tutor Excellence Training Program
2014 Mark Walvoord, University of Oklahoma | Use of iPads for Tutoring, Study Skills Enhancement, and People Management