Reid, P. (2013, February 05). IM:PACT: Supporting faculty innovation in course redesign. Presented at the ELI 2013, Denver, Colorado. Available at http://www.educause.edu/eli/events/eli-annual-meeting/2013/impact-supporting-faculty-innovation-course-redesign.
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instructional design, IMPACT, faculty development
M:PACT is a centrally supported program that encourages faculty innovation in the redesign of large-enrollment courses at Purdue University. In two years, IM:PACT has seen the participation of 61 faculty, representing 49 courses and 11 colleges. FLC (faculty learning community) sessions lead faculty through the course redesign process, focusing on creating student-centered learning and leveraging instructional technology. Faculty work closely with design teams composed of staff from the academic technologies division of the central IT organization (ITaP), the Center of Instructional Excellence (CIE), and Libraries. Participants will explore how to begin a similar program at their own institutions.