Leading Change Using Large-Scale Course Redesign in the California State University

Friday, November 03 | 8:00AM–8:50AM ET | Meeting Room 104A/B, 100 Level
Session Type: Breakout Session
Delivery Format: Interactive Presentation
Using a 23-campus RFP process in the CSU, courses with a disproportionate number of DFW grades are redesigned, enabling greater student success and timely progress to graduation. This presentation will demonstrate how a large-scale curriculum change effort is undertaken, based on learning communities predicated on effective faculty development in established pedagogical practices and technology.

Outcomes: Understand ways in which the CSU Course Redesign with Technology program was developed and implemented * Explore "proven" models * Understand CRT outcomes toward greater student success and closing the achievement gap


  • JP Bayard

    Director Systemwide Learning Technologies and Program Services, California State University, Office of the Chancellor
  • Kathy Fernandes

    Academic Technology Officer, California State University, Chico
  • Leslie Kennedy

    Assistant Vice Chancellor, Academic Technology Services, California State University, Office of the Chancellor

Resources & Downloads

  • Educause2017CRT

    3 MB, pdf - Updated on 11/2/2017