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Innovation Higher Education
written by Gary K. Allen, John F. Wedman, and Lillian C. Folk
Longitudinal changes in student course evaluations throughout the process of implementing information technology-enhanced delivery of a veterinary immunology course were examined. Student ratings of almost all aspects of the course and instruction declined significantly during the five-year period of technology implementation and then recovered to and exceeded their previous levels after the technology was fully implemented. This finding is discussed within the context of the educational change and innovation literature. Understanding how course innovations affect student evaluations over time is essential to avoid penalizing innovators for predictable, temporary declines in student ratings of course quality during the implementation of innovations.
Innovation Higher Education: Volume 26, Issue 2, Pages 103-119
Subjects Levels Resource Types
Education - Applied Research
- Instructional Material Design
- Learning Environment
- Pedagogy
= Instructional Issues
- Technology
= Computers
= Homework System
= Multimedia
Education - Basic Research
- Sample Population
- Student Characteristics
= Affect
Other Sciences
- Life Sciences
- Lower Undergraduate
- Reference Material
= Research study
PER-Central Types Intended Users Ratings
- Curriculum
- Curriculum / Research Instrument
- Administrators
- Professional/Practitioners
- Researchers
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G. Allen, J. Wedman, and L. Folk, , Innov. High. Educ. 26 (2), 103 (2001), WWW Document, (https://link.springer.com/article/10.1023/A%3A1012288421619).
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G. Allen, J. Wedman, and L. Folk, Looking Beyond the Valley: A Five-Year Case Study of Course Innovation, Innov. High. Educ. 26 (2), 103 (2001), <https://link.springer.com/article/10.1023/A%3A1012288421619>.
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Allen, G., Wedman, J., & Folk, L. (2001, January 1). Looking Beyond the Valley: A Five-Year Case Study of Course Innovation. Innov. High. Educ., 26(2), 103-119. Retrieved October 1, 2022, from https://link.springer.com/article/10.1023/A%3A1012288421619
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Allen, G, J. Wedman, and L. Folk. "Looking Beyond the Valley: A Five-Year Case Study of Course Innovation." Innov. High. Educ. 26, no. 2, (January 1, 2001): 103-119, https://link.springer.com/article/10.1023/A%3A1012288421619 (accessed 1 October 2022).
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Allen, Gary K., John F. Wedman, and Lillian C. Folk. "Looking Beyond the Valley: A Five-Year Case Study of Course Innovation." Innov. High. Educ. 26.2 (2001): 103-119. 1 Oct. 2022 <https://link.springer.com/article/10.1023/A%3A1012288421619>.
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