All report materials described below should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. All grants are required to submit both a midway progress report and a final report, as described below.
All Grant recipients must submit a brief final report after their funded activity using PASCAL’s reporting template. All grants must file a final report within two months of the activity’s proposed completion date but no later than May 31, 2023.
The report should cover the following:
For all SCALE Affordable Learning Grants, a progress report must be filed at the midpoint between the awarding of the grant and the project’s stated date of conclusion. This requirement is intended to provide PASCAL with a way to monitor the healthy progress of projects, and to facilitate assistance in cases where a project may be facing difficulties.
The progress report should be submitted to Ellan Jenkinson (email@example.com) in the form of a brief email (1-2 paragraphs) noting:
If problems are reported, PASCAL staff, with guidance from the Affordable Learning Committee, will try to suggest possible resources and strategies for resolving the issues.
PASCAL reserves the right to make all output produced through projects funded by this grant, including but not limited to open textbooks, revised open textbooks, ancillary materials, and supplemental materials, available under a suitable Creative Commons license on the PASCAL website or any other website deemed appropriate. Grantees should take steps to ensure that any grant-funded materials produced will comply with all appropriate laws and regulations to include the Americans with Disabilities Act.
In addition to the special cases below, all formal communications (news and scholarly articles, books, websites, etc.) should provide an appropriate reference to recognize PASCAL’s support for the project. For non-English resources, at least a basic English description of the resource and contextual information about its significance should be provided. All created content must have a CC BY Creative Commons license, this includes workshop presentations and promotional materials.
For projects whose outcomes include a digital collection or resource, a link and brief description must be provided for PASCAL’s SCALE website. If the collection/resource is not publicly accessible, the link should be replaced by the name and a description of the project.
Syllabi and other course materials produced with support from PASCAL should be made as widely available as possible:
Projects involving research must provide data or other results that can be usefully shared according to IRB or other relevant guidelines, in a form that can be easily and appropriately shared with other PASCAL members via the PASCAL SCALE website.