Academic leaders play a critical role in the work by connecting key groups to align on the shared goal of student success. In this discussion, Rick Miranda, Colorado State University, and Kathy Johnson, IUPUI, share their experiences at scaling adaptive courseware, reducing section variability, and supporting the work through Centers for Teaching & Learning.
Vignare, K., Miranda, R. and Johnson, K. (2020, January 28) Scaling Adaptive Courseware for Student Success Webinar [Video] Every Learner Everywhere.
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