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Successful at Scale: 500 Faculty, 39 Classrooms, 6 Years: A Case Study

Anna Ruth Gatlin, Wiebke Kuhn, Diane Boyd, Lindsay Doukopoulos, Contina P. McCall


Despite trending investment in active learning infrastructure to support student learning, inclusion, and career preparedness, few universities have achieved the orchestration of campus stakeholders and pedagogical reform at scale. This article presents a process-oriented model for developing faculty and students for success in these evolving academic environments. Key features of the model developed include: holistic and strategic involvement of campus teams, rapid iteration of a portfolio of learning space types, and flexible, future-proofed spaces aligned with faculty preparedness. This approach can be translated to inform hyflex teaching and learning planning as institutions pivot to serve students in a post-pandemic world.

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