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This article discusses the development, implementation, and outcomes of a Faculty Course Redesign Camp for full-time and adjunct faculty members. The purpose of the camp was to educate and coach faculty in effective strategies to promote learner-centered teaching skills. Evaluation results show that the participants changed their orientation toward teaching in the dimension of their role in instruction, but they made little change in balance of power and responsibility for learning.

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Eliason, S. & Holmes, C.L. (2012). A Course Redesign Project to Change Faculty Orientation toward Teaching. Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, 12(1), 36-48.