Pondering the Value of Teaching Excellence Services

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A recent article in The Chronicle of Higher Education on April 1, 2011, entitled "College Librarians Look at Better Ways to Measure the Value of Their Services," prompted me to translate some of the questions that the librarians asked about library services into instructional development terms:

  • What and how much did instructors receive through investment of time, energy, and resources in the Schreyer Institute?
  • What would be the cost of obtaining the services and resources (human and material) used by instructors at Penn State had they not accessed them through the Schreyer Institute?

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This sounds like an interesting research study. With our database, I bet we could at least identify some places to start in terms of contacting a subset of faculty. A survey could get at some of this, as well as some interviews.

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