As you engage in the process of course redesign, you’ll need to develop a means of identifying and communicating your successes. How do you measure the impact of your work? And how do you prove that your efforts have made a difference among students, faculty, and the institution as a whole?
In the recent webinar “Assessing Learning and Cost in Course Redesign,” Dr. Carolyn Jarmon, Vice President of the National Center for Academic Transformation (NCAT), shares some of the methods that institutions have used to assess the impact of course redesign on student learning and instructional costs. She augments this discussion with several examples of course redesign strategies that institutions across the country have employed in order to measure their success. You’ll also learn about specific tools that can be utilized to demonstrate successful achievement of both increased learning and reduced spending.
Review the SlideShare presentation below, and view the entire recorded webinar here.
How has your institution measured the success of its course redesign efforts? How did you demonstrate these successes to those whom you are accountable? Share your experiences below.
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