Technology Fee Advisory Committee Funding
Technology Fee Awards AnnouncementFall 1998 The NDSU Technology Fee Advisory Committee is pleased to announce the awards made as a result of the Fall 1998 Call For Proposals. The following is a listing of each award including the project name, the project director's name, the amount of the award, and a brief project description.
Language Lab Project (Paul Homan) $28,882
- The project responds to the need for interactive multimedia in foreign language pedagogy including equipment which encourages student to record their own voices and to engage in speaking/listening exercises which are not possible in the typical computer cluster.
An Advanced Visualization Laboratory (Sanku Mallik) $44,736
- This project creates a visualization computer laboratory for students in general and organic chemistry and in particular to use technology to look at molecules and their interaction in three dimensions.
Encouraging the Use of Media in the Classroom (Brian Abraham) $6,995
- The amount funds the purchase of multimedia equipment; specifically a LCD data projector with document imaging camera.
Enhancement of Multimedia and Data Base Support to NDSU Students and Classes (Nancy Lilleberg) $3,545
- The grant supports the hiring of additional students to accommodate increased use and demand and in particular, to keep a high level of customer service to the general walk-in multimedia consulting.
Meeting the Unmet Assistive Technology Needs of Students with Disabilities (Wanda Kapaun) $6,648
- The project funds the request for equipment, materials, and supplies to support the efforts of Disability Services to meet the needs of students with disabilities.
Technology Upgrade of Student Government Office, approved 11/12/98 (Student Government Office - Jeremy K Green) $6,487
- This project provides funding for upgrading computer workstations and printers to enable staff members in Student Government to more adequately serve the students of NDSU. Student Government serves over 200+ organizations on campus, all of which are intergral to student related activities.