Program in Course Redesign (PCR)
The Program in Course Redesign was a Pew-funded effort that demonstrated how colleges and universities can redesign their instructional approaches using technology to achieve cost savings as well as quality enhancements. It was conducted from 1999 – 2003. Redesign projects focused on large-enrollment, introductory courses, which have the potential of impacting significant student numbers and generating substantial cost savings.
Final results and lessons learned from 30 redesign projects.
Project plans and progress reports from 30 redesign projects.
Archived information from the Pew Grant Program in Course Redesign (1999 - 2002).
For further information, please contact Patricia Bartscherer, Program Manager, pbartscherer@theNCAT.org.