Information technology is rapidly changing the way faculty and universities engage learners to ensure student success. The availability of new tools—adaptive learning, early alerts, predictive analytics—offers on demand insights and allows for personalized interventions from educators. The push for personalization challenges notions around quality. Most quality assurance is built around designing for a course or activity versus around student centered design. In this session, we will explore how faculty and advisors are using data to redesign classes. This presentation will force us to think about how technology mediation dynamically changes content, assessment and activities. And challenges us all to think about what quality in course design and teaching looks like in personalized learning.
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