Measuring the Impact
Enhancing Learner Engagement Through Credit Hour Analysis
Julie Frese, Director of Assessment & Academic Quality, University of the Rockies
I currently serve as the Director of Assessment and Academic Quality at University of the Rockies. In addition, I teach courses in organizational leadership, curriculum, instruction, and assessment, and also mentor doctoral students. My research interests are in the areas of educational change, academic quality, literacy, curriculum, assessment, and evaluation.
Carol Parenteau, Manager of Academic Quality, University of the Rockies
Carol Parenteau is Manager of Academic Quality and QM Coordinator at University of the Rockies. She is an experienced instructor and instructional designer. Carol has an MA in Art History from the University of Colorado Boulder, and a MA in Information and Learning Technologies from the University of Colorado Denver.
This session features a discussion of the credit hour analysis process and how it can be used to improve the quality of course design as it relates to learner engagement (QM Standard 5).
Learning Objectives
Discuss the value of credit hour analysis from multiple perspectives.
Use credit hour data to increase learner engagement.
Evaluate the costs and benefits of integrating credit hour analysis into the course design process.
Audience: Faculty 
Audience: Administrator
Audience: Instructional Designer