This paper presents a case study describing the implementation of adaptive learning at Colorado Technical University (CTU) with a focus on faculty adoption. A number of barriers to the adoption of technology will be discussed and more importantly, how CTU overcame these barriers. A description of the key elements of faculty support including training will be outlined as well as the information about the adoption of faculty using data to inform teaching strategies. The authors argue that if given the choice, faculty at CTU would prefer adaptive learning technology in their courses and welcome the use of technology and data to enhance the classroom experience.
MOOC, faculty development, flipped classroom, flipped teaching, course design, backward design
Johnson, Constance and Zone, Emma
"Achieving a Scaled Implementation of Adaptive Learning through Faculty Engagement: A Case Study,"
Current Issues in Emerging eLearning: Vol. 5
, Article 7.
Available at: https://scholarworks.umb.edu/ciee/vol5/iss1/7