Free Foundation Funds for College Faculty
College Curriculum and Course Development
We list Private Foundations and Government Agencies that offer over 20,000 grants that are offered Free to College and University Faculty and Administrators to develop curriculum and course programs with a special emphasis on live interactive video instruction over the internet.
Grants can include curriculum grants, technology training grants, professional development grants, equipment grants, grants for hardware and software, telecommunication grants, and grants for qualified personnel to administer technology grant projects.
Organizations that award technology grants are as diverse as the types of projects that are funded with them. Some of the largest foundations that provide technology grants are the David and Lucile Packard Foundation, the Community Foundation of Silicon Valley, Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, W. M. Keck Foundation, SBC Foundation, Merck Company Foundation, Intel Foundation, Henry Luce Foundation, and the Shell Oil Company Foundation.
These Foundation Grants average over $10,000. We have over 1,000 Private and Corporate Foundations that provide Information Technology Grants with over Five Billion Dollars.
More than $700 million is dedicated to information technology grants for the use of technology to improve student achievement through the U.S. Department of Education's "Enhancing Education Through Technology" initiative. Schools must use at least 25 percent of these information technology grants for professional development. $2.25 billion in federal E-rate program supports discounts on telecommunications services, Internet access, and networking for schools and libraries. While these discounts are not considered information technology grants - they equal large sums of money in savings for non-profit organizations. For more on information technology grants from the U.S. Department of Education, visit:
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Live Video Education is interested in Internet Course Development for all educational degree programs which your College/University now provides on campus.