Dewey Digital Teaching Award
In recognition of the ways that teaching has been transformed by the innovative use of new technologies, especially by doctoral student adjuncts and teaching fellows, the New Media Lab is offering $500 awards to Graduate Center students whose digital projects at the lab relate to any aspect of teaching with technology. This work may involve the creation of a website, teaching tool, app, database, or resource, or the critical analysis and modification of an existing digital teaching tool or resource. The award will not support research about pedagogy or teaching that results in a traditional research paper.
The award requires no additional NML work time and the funds may be used in any way the recipient deems appropriate to support the student’s research.
- Applicants must be Graduate Center students in good standing.
- Applicants must be active at the New Media Lab during the semester of application and have worked on the project at the lab for at least three months prior to seeking this award support. To apply for a position at the NML see Get Involved.
- Each NML project can receive only one of the Joshua Brown Visual Culture Award, History and Public Health Student, NML Social Justice, Dewey Digital Teaching, and Data Analysis and Visualization awards.
- Update your NML project webpage with project developments, reflecting eligibility for this award.
- Submit the application form below.
- Decisions will be made within four weeks of submission.