|Program in Course Redesign
University of Central Florida
The University of Central Florida redesigned American National Government to reduce the need for classroom space and to improve student performance and retention. The course redesign involved substituting Web-based, asynchronous, modular learning for two-thirds of the in-class time and creating small collaborative learning groups within this online structure. More efficient use of 100-seat classrooms in the redesigned course configuration and increased student retention meant that fewer sections needed to be offered to accommodate the same number of students each year. The redesign plan anticipated an annual savings of $68,466. The results of the completed redesign can be found by following the links listed below under Final Report.
Initial Planning (as of 7/1/99)
Interim Progress Report (as of 12/31/00)
Final Report (as of 12/31/01)
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