Technology Fee Funded Projects
Below is a list of student Technology Fee Funded Projects that have been awarded to the UWF Libraries. Click on any project to read the complete proposal.
There are two types of proposals that can be submitted - Systemic and Instructional Technology Enhancement Projects (ITEP). Descriptions below taken from the Division of Academic Affairs technology fee page.
Systemic Projects are projects proposed by operational units of the university (e.g., colleges, academic departments, Library, etc.) for instructional technology enhancements of unit-wide or university-wide scope. These projects are awarded by the Provost. Seventy (70%) of Technology Fee revenues are allocated for funding Systemic Projects.
Instructional Technology Enhancement Projects (ITEPs) are focused projects proposed by an individual or small team with the intention of exploring new applications of instructional technology. ITEPs will typically be lead by a faculty "principal investigator." ITEPs are time-limited projects (up to two years in length) and allocations of Technology Fee funds to these projects are non-recurring. Thirty percent (30%) of Technology Fee revenues are allocated for awarding to ITEPs.
- Student iPad Program Refresh (Systemic, $31,447)
- Adobe Creative Cloud For ArgoApps Enhancement (Systemic, $35,279)
- Esploro - Supporting Undergraduate Researchers and Faculty Mentors (Systemic, $27,913)
- Preserving the History of the University of West Florida through Web Archiving (Systemic, $8,000)
- No technology fee projects were awarded during this year due to COVID-19.
- Student Laptop Program Enhancement In Response To Covid-19 (Systemic, $65,238)
- Pace Library SMART Board Refresh (Systemic, $130,271)
- Student Laptop Program Refresh (Systemic, $60,154)
- Enhancing Undergraduate Research in Teaching Labs Through JoVE Video Journal (ITEP, $17,060)
- Southeast Historical Newspapers Digital Archive (Systemic, $22,813)
- Student iPad Program Refresh (Systemic, $14,656)
- Skylab 3D Printing MakerSpace (Systemic, $17,500)
- University-wide License To The MarketLine Advantage Academic Product (Systemic, $33,696)
- Student Laptop Program Refresh (Systemic, $28,307)
- Student iPad Program Refresh (Systemic, $22,378)
- U.S Congressional Serial Set, 1860-1994 Digital Archive (Systemic, $102,738)
- 2015 Enhancement of 3D Printing Services (Systemic, $7,294)
- Books at JSTOR (Systemic, $26,000)
- Mango Languages (Systemic, $18,861)
- Student Laptops (Systemic, $29,200)
- Student iPads (Systemic, $23,599)
- iPad Loan Program (Systemic, $22,939)
- Laptop Loan Program (Systemic, $28,900)
- Library Instructional Classroom (Systemic, $125,000)
- DSLR/HD Video Cameras (Systemic, $5,385)
- Patron Driven Acquisition (PDA) Pilot Program to acquire eBooks (Systemic, $25,000)
- 33 Apple iPad 2s For Patron Use (Systemic, $24,252)
- Microsoft/Samsung SUR40 PixelSense Interactive Table (Systemic, $13,500)
- Thomson Reuters' Web of Science Database (ITEP, $31,444, with additional library funding)
- Emerald Coast Learning Commons (Systemic, $60,007)
- 25 Dell Laptops (Systemic, $32,076)
- 16 Dell Workstations (Systemic, $36,497)
- Early English Books Online Database (ITEP)
- Early American Imprints, Series 1: Evans, 1639-1800 (ITEP)
- 5th Floor Library Computer Lab/Workspace (aka Skylab) (Systemic, $167,933)
- Cambridge University Press Ebook Collection (Systemic, $73,967)