Infrastructure for Learning Funding Program
The Infrastructure for Learning Funding Program oversees the long-term evolution and maintenance of the inventory of instructional infrastructure in CLA. Departments submit plans that are reviewed by the Infrastructure for Learning Committee in spring semester. This committee interacts with departments with regard to maintenance of inventory and reviews department plans for upgrades and new facilities. Learn more about the program below or go to the FAQ for specific questions. If the question you have is not answered below or on the FAQ, please contact LATIS at email@example.com.
Why does this funding program exist?
The Infrastructure for Learning Program oversees the long-term evolution and maintenance of the inventory of instructional infrastructure in CLA.
What values does this funding program seek to uphold?
How does this funding program work?
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What types of things can I request funding for in the plan?
What needs to be included in your department technology infrastructure plan?
Inventory: List of the department’s existing labs, facilities, and infrastructure needed to support the department’s curriculum and related instructional activities.
Upgrades: Description of the upgrades necessary to maintain the usefulness of the department’s existing infrastructure.
New Infrastructure: Description of items needed to fulfill department’s instructional activities.
Divestments: Description of plans to reduce or eliminate labs, facilities, and other infrastructure that can no longer be justified by student needs or departmental priorities.
Other Services: Description of how department is taking advantage of services from University or other providers outside of CLA to reduce need department spending.
Questions about the Infrastructure for Learning Funding Program?
Contact your departmental consultant