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Libraries & Spaces
ITEL Library Impact Form - Level I, II, III Projects
Note: Level I proposals – submit this form with your grant application
(Level III MOOC please use separate form)
Levels II and III proposals -- Meet with library team prior to February 15, 2013. Complete this form after that meeting and submit it with your grant application.
Please answer questions as thoroughly as possible.
Name of, subject area(s), type of course.
Instructor(s) or collaborator(s), and disciplines
Describe the course: Existing or completely new? Existing format? Flipped? Completely online?
Please provide the current version of your draft syllabus with learning goals, course outline, expected assignments, expected readings, group or individual projects
Describe your expected use of library services and resources in:
- Gelardin New Media Center: Class instruction in multimedia tools, software, equipment or online programs? One-on-one multimedia assistance, multimedia production services?
- Library IT: digitization consultation? New tools creation? Website design? Integration with existing library applications? One-on-one assistance?
- Special Collections Research Center (documents, rare books, archives, artwork, MSS); one-on-one research assistance?
- Research & Instruction Department: Tutorials? Class instruction? Online or onsite? One-on-one research assistance?
- Collections: Reserve readings or media? Digitized resources made available via Blackboard? Do you envisage using third party images or audiovisual materials? If so, will you require guidance on the use of copyrighted materials for your course? Describe expected new electronic, print, or multimedia resources the Library likely needs to purchase for this course
Describe your expected use of library computer classrooms, high-tech rooms, editing suites, group or other study areas
Describe possible use of DigitalGeorgetown, a portal to the digital scholarship created by faculty, students and staff at Georgetown. Will you consider depositing some or all course projects into Digital Georgetown?
Describe outcomes for course:
Number of papers, projects, hand-in assignments. Will there be a research component?
Format of assignments: traditional written term paper? Digital project? Multimedia presentation?
Any additional comments or requirements
Faculty and collaborator(s) names, Date