Decision-Making Authority and Creating Course Materials: Roles and Methods (Research-based)

Tuesday, January 29 | 4:00PM–5:00PM | Nueces/Frio Room (3rd Floor, A-Level)
Session Type: Professional Development
Case study research conducted at a research university explores three distinct models of decision-making authority in the evaluation of curricular materials. Critical issues are identified in terms of the roles and methods employed by instructional designers. Participants will discuss findings in light of their institutional practices.


  • Andrea Nixon

    Retired Staff, Carleton College

Resources & Downloads