Coinciding with UC's conversion to semesters, the Equipment Lending Program at the Faculty Technology Resources Center will allow faculty to borrow an iPad or Android tablet for an entire academic year! Please see below for relevent information about our program.
- Applying to the Equipment Lending Program
Applications for the 2012/2013 academic year closed on May 18, 2012. Applications for the 2013/2014 academic year will open in April 2013.
- Application rubric
This rubric is used by FTRC staff to select faculty applications for the Equipment Lending Program. Please review this rubric before submitting your application.
- Equipment Lending Program application preview
This document is a preview of our application for the Equipment Lending Program. This is only a preview of the form - you will need to use the Application Form link above to complete and submit an application.
- Application tips
We want to help you create an application for our Equipment Lending Program that will do your ideas and creativity justice. Here are a few guidelines to help you maximize the impact of your application.
- Program agreement
The FTRC requires all participants in the Lending Program to review and sign the program agreement.
- Device brochures
Want to know a little about what you're getting yourself into? These brochures have the rundown! Here we've included a list of pre-installed applications that will come ready and waiting for you on all of our FTRC iPads and Androids. Each brochure also has a section on some cool easy, introductory things you can do with the tablet on your first day.
- Exit survey preview
As per the program agreement, our participating faculty must fill out an exit survey that tells us about their experience in the program. This is a preview of that survey.
- Applicant and participant data
This document contains information and statistics about Equipment Lending Program applicants through the 2012/2013 AY period and participants through the 12S period. It includes demographics, a list of apps participants deemed most (and least) useful and feedback from participants about their experience in the program.