Funded Grants

Award of $94,458 (2015). Converging Behavioral and Psychophysiological Measures: Evaluating the Effectiveness of Multimedia Learning Conditions with Dyslexic Learners. University of Florida Research Opportunity Fund, PI: Kara Dawson, Co-PI: Pasha Antonenko, Co-PI: Linda Lombardino, Co-PI: Albert D. Ritzhaupt, Co-PI: Carole Beal, and Co-PI: Andreas Keil.

Award of $2000 (2015). Teaching technology skills for social change: The story of the Digital Kids Technology Center. University of Florida School of Teaching and Learning, PI: Albert D. Ritzhaupt, and Co-PI: Brianna Kennedy-Lewis.

Award of $459,871 (2014). A Master Course on Power for Multilevel and Longitudinal Health Behavior Studies. National Institutes of Health, PI: Keith E. Muller, Co-PI: Deborah Glueck, Co-PI: Albert D. Ritzhaupt. NIH ID: R25GM111901.

Award of $2,000 (2013). Migrating Learning Management Systems (LMS): A case of a large public university. School of Teaching and Learning, College of Education, University of Florida, PI: Albert D. Ritzhaupt.

Award of $171,718 (2010). Incorporating Complex Open Authentic Case Studies into a Capstone Course. National Science Foundation. PI: Grandon Gill, Co-PI: Kaushal Chari, Co-PI: Manish Agrawal, and Consultant: Albert D. Ritzhaupt. NSF ID: 1043919.

Award for $1,009,495 (2010). Charting a course for the digital Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) classroom. Enhancing Education Through Technology (EETT). PI: Kara Dawson, Co-PI: Cathy Cavanaugh, Co-PI: Albert D. Ritzhaupt.

Award of $1,500 (2009). Integrating data visualization and analysis into the middle school mathematics classroom. Watson School of Education Mini-grant, University of North Carolina Wilmington. PI: Albert D. Ritzhaupt.

Award of $500 (2009). Administrative use of ePortfolios in the selection of teacher candidates. Watson School of Education Mini-grant, University of North Carolina Wilmington. PI: Albert D. Ritzhaupt.

Award of $500 (2008). Ambassador Travel Grant, University of North Carolina Wilmington. PI: Albert D. Ritzhaupt.

Award of $2,000 (2008). Serious games for mathematics learning. Watson School of Education Mini-grant, University of North Carolina Wilmington.

Award of $5,000 (2006). The effects of time-compressed audio in multimedia learning environments. College Mini-Grant, College of Education, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL.  PI: Ann E. Barron, Co-PI: Albert D. Ritzhaupt.

Award of $2,500 (2006). An evaluation of distance education research literature using co-word analysis. Established Researcher Grant, Division of Sponsored Research, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL.  PI: Ann E. Barron, Co-PI: Albert D. Ritzhaupt.