For Grant Program specific forms, guidelines and handouts, visit the specific grant program webpage.
- ISTLD Research Guide* (PDF)
- ISTLD Survey FAQ*(PDF) - what survey tools are available to you
- The Motivated Strategies for Learning Questionnaire (MSLQ)
- Pitfalls of Inquiry (DOC)
- Post-pre survey information
- Excel Graph Templates (XLSX) - examples of how to present your final report data
- Concept Inventory Resources
- Procurement & purchasing - contact the ISTLD Administrative Coordinator before purchasing items. In most cases, purchasing must be done by a purchase requisition or SFU credit card. Items that will become university assets (e.g., books, software) cannot be purchased by an individual for reimbursement. The ISTLD Administrative Coordinator will make this process easy for you.
- Checklist: what's required on an invoice from an external vendor (videographer, graphic artist) (PDF)
- Honoraria Form (DOCX)
- TLDG Signature Sheet (DOCX) - once your project is finalized, have your chair/dean sign this form
- Poster presentation templates - created by TLC EdMedia
Travel & expense reports:
Eligible expenses for ISTLD projects:
**note that all purchases are subject to SFU purchasing policies and procedures.
- Hiring of SFU student research assistants (undergraduate and graduate)
- Hiring consultants with a particular expertise/skill set
- Development of data collection instruments
- Support for data collection and data analysis
- Teaching materials, including software, needed to conduct the project
- Survey, focus group, and interview incentives for student participation (proof of receipt must be provided; unclaimed and unused gift cards will not be reimbursed)
Ineligible expenses for TLDG projects:
- Reimbursement or payment to faculty members
- Support or top-ups for teaching assistants or tutor markers
- Course releases
- Commercial services
- Computer hardware
- Journal subscriptions, professional memberships, etc.
- Food and meals
- Travel between campuses
Learning & Teaching Support & Resources @ SFU
- Ideas to Reduce Non-Classroom Prep Time Without Reducing Teaching Quality - Faculty perspective from Dr. Robert Krider, Beedie School of Business