IMPACT is committed to the transformation of courses at Purdue by integrating a student-centered approach informed by research to enhance student learning, competence, and confidence. IMPACT is provided through the collaborative efforts of the Center of Instructional Excellence (CIE), Information Technology at Purdue (ITaP), University Libraries, Discovery Learning Resource Center (DLRC), and Extended Campus. More information about the IMPACT initiative is available on the IMPACT website.

The IMPACT Publications series contains scholarship related to IMPACT authored by Purdue faculty and staff and published in the form of journal articles, book chapters, books, and conference proceedings.

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Submissions from 2016

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Why this Flip Wasn't a Flop: What the Numbers Don't Tell You About Flipped Classes, Heather Noel Fedesco and Troy Cary

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Motivating learners through information literacy, Clarence Maybee and Michael Flierl

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Peer Evaluation of Team Member Effectiveness as a Formative Educational Intervention, Nathan Mentzer, Dawn Laux, Angelika Zissimopoulos, and K. Andrew R. Richards

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Student See Versus Student Do: A Comparative Study of Two Online Tutorials, Ilana Stonebraker, M Brooke Robertshaw, and Jennifer D. Moss

Submissions from 2015

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Statistical Literacy Social Media Project for the Masses, Ellen Gundlach, Clarence Maybee, and Kevin O'Shea

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Flipping the Classroom to Teach Population Health: Increasing the Relevance., Vicki Simpson and Elizabeth Richards

Submissions from 2014

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Adventures in Paragraph Writing: The Development and Refinement of Scalable and Effective Writing Exercises for Large-enrollment Engineering Courses, Rebecca R. Essig, Cary David Troy, Brent K. Jesiek, Josh Boyd, and Natascha Michele Trellinger

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Factors of Group Design Decision Making, Andrew Jackson, Nathan Mentzer, and Angelika N. Zissimopoulos

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Examining the Connection between Classroom Technology and Student Engagement, R.C. Morris and Loran Carleton Parker

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Development of a Student Self-Reported Instrument to Assess Course Reform, R.C. Morris, Loran Carleton Parker, David Nelson, Matthew D. Pistilli, Adam Hagen, Chantal Levesque-Bristol, and Gabriela Weaver

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Bring Your Own Device in the Information Literacy Classroom, Ilana Stonebraker, M Brooke Robertshaw, Hal Kirkwood, and Mary Dugan

Submissions from 2013

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Making an IMPACT: Campus-wide collaboration for course and learning space transformation, Clarence Maybee, Tomalee Doan, and Catherine Fraser Riehle

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Designing the Wheel: Built-in Instructional Technology, Pat Reid and Donalee Attardo