Fellowships & Grants
The Baylor Libraries offer a variety of internships and fellowships that develop scholars as they utilize archival collections and leverage library resources.
Affordable Course Materials Summer Fellows
The Affordable Course Materials Conversion Summer Fellows Program is an incentive program designed to encourage Baylor University faculty to reduce the educational costs for their students by using library content, open educational resources (OER), or other low- or zero-cost materials. In particular, it is intended to encourage instructor experimentation in high-quality low- and no-cost learning materials for their students, especially through the use of OER.
Active Learning Lab Fellowship
Offered in partnership with Baylor's Academy for Teaching and Learning, this fellowship aims to increase the implementation, awareness, and quality of active learning at Baylor.
Creative Making Grant
Faculty may apply for a grant to design and implement creative coursework using makerspace tools. The library hosts audio-visual, makerspace, immersive media, text-mining, mapping/GIS, and CAD modeling resources.
Fundamentals of Data Research Fellowships
This intensive Summer Fellowship program is a broad survey of applied research methods and tools involving both structured (i.e., data tables) and unstructured (i.e., text, multimedia) data.
Learning Design Fellowship
Each summer, Academic Technology Learning Design offers two teaching fellowships to encourage the creation of quality online courses with the assistance of an instructional designer for use in Baylor graduate and undergraduate curricula.
Special Collections Teaching Fellowships
Each year, the Baylor Libraries offer teaching fellowships to support excellence in teaching and learning and provide opportunities for original research by encouraging the use of rare books, archives, and other special collections materials in Baylor graduate and undergraduate curricula.