Innovation: The proposal facilitates forms and methods of teaching and learning that will supplement or be realized outside the usual discipline-based classroom, hybrid, or online environment.
Educational Impact: The proposal significantly strengthens or modifies existing programs or courses, and/or creates new kinds of courses or learning experiences;
Experiential - e.g., internships, practicum, field placements, inquiry based, etc.
Multi-disciplinary - e.g., trans-disciplinary, inter-disciplinary, team taught, promoting learning communities, etc.
Place-based - e.g., settings of local heritage, culture, landscape, economic or social activity, etc.
Technological enhancement - e.g., classroom-based technology, new learning technologies, mobile learning, virtual classrooms, etc.
Programmatic - e.g., streamlined program paths, interchangeable prerequisites, first year seminars and experiences, capstones courses and projects, undergraduate research, etc.
Diversity and global learning - e.g., international, inter-university, Indigenous, universal design, access to learning, etc.
Scholarly Impact: The proposal is supported by or informs the scholarship of teaching and learning or the research on learning and pedagogy.
Linkages: The proposal creates innovative linkages and collaborations among or between faculty; departments or schools within a faculty; or departments or schools in two or more faculties.
Partnerships: The proposal enables collaborations and relationship building between UFV faculty and/or students and non-university partners in the region or communities served by UFV (e.g., business, non-profit, governmental, etc.)