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**GRANT-Full Proposal-DUE** Basic Sciences: Transforming Education Cyberlearning

Date: Tuesday, July 15th, 2014

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BASIC SCIENCES

Title                Transforming Education Cyberlearning
Agency
            National Science Foundation (NSF)
Due                  Design and Implementation Projects – January 16, 2013
                        Capacity-Building Projects – March 15, 2013
                        Implementation and Deployment Projects – LOI: May 14, 2013;
                                                                                 full proposal: July 15, 2013
Summary        NSF seeks to integrate advances in technology with advances in what is known about how people learn to: (1) Better understand how people learn with technology and how technology can be used productively to help people learn, through individual use and/or through collaborations mediated by technology; (2) Better use technology for collecting, analyzing, sharing, and managing data to shed light on learning, promoting learning, and designing learning environments; and (3) Design new technologies for these purposes, and advance understanding of how to use those technologies and integrate them into learning environments so that their potential is fulfilled.  Of particular interest are technological advances that allow more personalized learning experiences, draw in and promote learning among those in populations not served well by current educational practices, allow access to learning resources anytime and anywhere, and provide new ways of assessing capabilities. It is expected that Cyberlearning research will shed light on how technology can enable new forms of educational practice and that broad implementation of its findings will result in a more actively-engaged and productive citizenry and workforce.
Contact           Sage Research Institute (SRI@Sage.edu)

This event occurs on:

  • Monday, July 15th, 2013
  • Tuesday, July 15th, 2014
  • Wednesday, July 15th, 2015