Maintaining the freshness of course content and improving teaching and assessment techniques are integral parts of course development. Dedicated professors begin evaluating each course while they are teaching it so they can make small improvements the next semester it runs. Periodically, you may also wish to complete a course revision to make more substantial changes. This process ensures that students always receive instruction that is current, relevant, and represents the sharpest skills of their teacher. 

  • Soliciting Student Feedback: Discover ways to collect feedback from students and how to incorporate their perspective into course improvements.
  • Learning Analytics: Gain familiarity with student learning data and ways to use it to improve student outcomes.
  • Continuous Improvement: Strategize ways to improve courses incrementally and develop a growth mindset.

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For personal assistance in developing and implementing course content, you may request assistance from the Center for Instructional Technology and Training.