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Looking Beyond the Valley: A Five-Year Case Study of Course Innovation
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Innovative Higher Education Volume 26, Number 2, ISSN 0742-5627

Abstract

Examined longitudinal changes in student course evaluations throughout the process of implementing information technology-enhanced delivery of a veterinary immunology course. Found that 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. (EV)

Citation

Allen, G.K., Wedman, J.F. & Folk, L.C. (2001). Looking Beyond the Valley: A Five-Year Case Study of Course Innovation. Innovative Higher Education, 26(2), 103. Retrieved December 16, 2019 from .

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