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View ACE Webinar on Connections Between Instructional Quality, Student Outcomes and Institutional Finances

July 17, 2017

Instructional Quality Student Outcomes and Institutional Finances


​A free June 15 ACE webinar that examined whether improvements in instructional quality can increase a postsecondary institution’s net revenue is now archived and available for viewing.

The one-hour session focused on insights from an ACE-commissioned white paper, Instructional Quality, Student Outcomes, and Institutional Finances, and looked at how faculty development at one university has had a demonstrable impact at an institutional level.

Participants were:

  • Steven Taylor, associate director of academic innovation at ACE;
  • Martin Kurzweil, director of the Educational Transformation Program at Ithaka S+R and a paper co-author;
  • Catherine Haras, senior director of the Center for Effective Teaching and Learning at California State University, Los Angeles, and;
  • Joel Hartman, vice president for information technologies and resources at the University of Central Florida.

Access the Event Recording (Free, no registration necessary):

  1. View or Download the Webinar.
  2. Select "Playback" or "Download." Playback will allow you to stream the recording, while download will allow you to download the recording.
  3. If selecting the "playback" option, you must allow Cisco WebEx access to your computer.
  4. If selecting the "download" option, you must download the WebEx ARF player as prompted.
This paper is part of ACE’s collaboration with Strada Education Network to assess the connections between effective teaching and student success. A previous paper, Unpacking Relationships: Instruction and Student Outcomes, was authored by Natasha A. Jankowski, director of the National Institute for Learning Outcomes Assessment.​

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