Response to Market Disruption in Higher Education
MOOCs, Flipped Classrooms, and Learning Assessment
Although faculty at elite institution now offer massive open online courses (MOOCs) at no cost, students continue to enroll in face-to-face courses at non-ranked and mid-tier institutions. This report examines how faculty respond to disruptive technology such as MOOCs and continue to add value to face-to-face courses through the experiential cycle of learning. This report also describes how institutional leaders respond to market disruption and help faculty develop innovative assessment and instruction methods.
- What motivates faculty members to teach course content using online-digital formats? What is the role of faculty in disruptive technologies?
- How do alternative content delivery methods affect faculty pedagogical skills?
- How do academic and student affairs leaders support faculty in implementing alternative content delivery methods?