To enhance teaching and learning, MSU holds the AT&T Instructional Technology Awards program encouraging best practices in the use of instructional technology across campus.
MSU faculty, instructors, and teaching assistants should submit entry forms by Friday, February 2, 2018, before 5 p.m.
“The awards help spread effective practice and share the outstanding work of our colleagues,” says Brendan Guenther, Director for Academic Technology.
The AT&T Faculty-Staff Awards competition recognizes outstanding contributions to the use and development of information technology for teaching and learning in credit-bearing courses at MSU.
First place awards will be given for the:
- best online course,
- best blended course, and
- best use of technology to enhance an online, blended, flipped, or in-person course.
MSU faculty, instructors, and teaching assistants are encouraged to enter the AT&T Faculty-Staff Instructional Technology Awards Competition. Specifically, we are looking for instructors who use technology in teaching for online courses or to enhance in-person or “flipped” courses.
See prior AT&T Award Winners.
How to enter
- Fill out the 2018 Entry Form (Word Document). Entries may not exceed 12 pages.
- Send the electronic form by Friday, February 2, 2018, at 5 p.m. to Jessica Knott.
Applicants are encouraged to incorporate screenshots of the course throughout their entry form to visualize the course and its important features.
After February 2:
Entrants will be contacted to work with MSU IT Teaching and Learning Technology to produce a five-minute video highlighting and narrating key aspects of the course or innovation in action.
The recording and narration process should take one to two hours at most. Videos will be completed by early-March.
If you have questions about the competition, email Jessica Knott.