Instructional designers at CU Boulder researched the student experience in large lectures and used their findings to develop recommendations to improve campus-wide practices concerning large lecture courses.
Tarah Dykeman completed her Master’s degree in English Literature at the University of Colorado Boulder in May 2018. Her research interests include the evolution of the university classroom, and literary and cultural theory. Previously, Tarah conducted discovery work on the student experience in large lecture courses on campus and supported other projects, including the Kubi Pilot and the Pathway to Space Course Design, as a Learning Experience Design Graduate Assistant. In her current role as UX Content Strategist and Researcher, Tarah engages with student users on campus to help guide the development of the new student portal.
Telepresence robotics allows students who are temporarily unable to attend their classes to continue participating remotely.