UCOP Innovative Learning Technology Initiative (ILTI) RFP 4 - Fall 2015
Proposals may be submitted for the following purposes:
- transforming a face-to-face course or a hybrid course to a fully online course;
- developing an entirely new fully online course (PI will need to submit the course through their course approval process); and/or
- revising an existing fully online course.
UCLA faculty should be aware of these additional ILTI requirements:
- ILTI courses must be taught 5 times over 3 years (either by the course creator or by a designated department appointee).
- ILTI grants are only available for fully-online, undergraduate courses.
- UCLA faculty will agree to use the UCLA ILTI Online Course Agreement.
- All UCLA fully-online, undergraduate course proposals will be guided by the December 2014 "UCLA Undergraduate Fully Online Course Approval Policy" (PDF) and the "UCLA Policy on the Approval of Fully Online Graduate Courses".
- ILTI courses must be open to allow enrollment to students from other UC campuses.
ILTI RFP 4 closes March 31, 2016 at 6PM, Pacific Time with the following submission review dates:
- September 30, 2015
- November 30, 2015
- January 31, 2016
- March 31, 2016
Complete information about the ILTI RFP 4 is available at the UCOP ILTI website.
UCLA ILTI Online Course Agreement
A campus agreement regarding intellectual property and use of extraordinary university resources has been devised for the ILTI program. The draft will undergo the appropriate Senate and administrative review process during the coming year. One of the key reasons for introducing this limited-use, limited-scope, draft agreement is to receive feedback from faculty.
Getting Started with Technology Enhanced Course Development
If you are just beginning to consider online teaching, we encourage you to review the online teaching resources OID has developed. Faculty considering a proposal are encouraged to review interviews with UCLA faculty members who have taught online courses.
Background information about the Innovative Learning Technology Initiative and UCLA awards can be found here.