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Adaptive Courseware Implementation Guide

This resource is a guide for course instructors to center racial and socioeconomic equity and student voice in the adoption and implementation of adaptive courseware. After years of implementing adaptive courseware at various levels of scale in gateway general education courses, course instructors and institutions have several lessons to share with those at the beginning of the implementation process. Adopting adaptive courseware into courses can see promising results on the teaching and learning experience for students. Institutions and course instructors implementing adaptive courseware need to be mindful of the student experience while using the technology and how it is impacting their experience in the classroom. This extensive resource will provide you with practical strategies and resources to implement adaptive courseware with an equity-minded and student-centered approach.

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Additional resources

MOU template developed by Colorado State University

Request for Information template

Case Study: Arizona State University

Case Study: Cuyahoga Community College

Case Study: Kingsborough Community College

Case Study: Medgar Evers College

Case Study: Oregon Stae University

Case Study: University of Central Florida

Case Study: University of Mississippi

Case Study: University of Texas Rio Grande Valley

 

 

 

Recommended Citation

Holiday, T., O’Sullivan, P., Adams, S. (2020, October 28). Adaptive Courseware Implementation Guide. 2nd ed. Every Learner Everywhere. http://www.everylearnereverywhere.org/resources

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