- Making it more practical for faculty to use research-informed teaching and learning strategies, such as more active and collaborative learning in the classroom;
- Monitoring computer labs where students used interactive courseware;
- Coaching particular students who were having trouble in the course;
- Helping grade quizzes and online participation;
- Providing indirect ways of saving faculty time; and
- Advising the instructors on how to improve the course.
For the full report, written while I was with Kirwan Center for Academic Innovation at the University System of Maryland, click here.