Delivering and Assessing Curriculum:  Research that advances theories and practices concerning the delivery and assessment of curriculum are welcomed.  Scholarly contributions including; empirical research – qualitative and quantitative, theory development, applied research, case studies, and exploratory research—that investigate the people, processes, facilities, and technology involved with Delivering and Assessing Curriculum.  

Possible topics include:

  • Online delivery classes/programs
  • Hybrid delivery classes/programs
  • Assessment: Who, what, where, when, and how
  • Aligning teaching and assessment to curriculum objectives
  • Curriculum-based assessment methods
  • Assessment techniques
  • Curriculum-based assessment (CBA)
  • Performance Assessment and Curriculum-Based Measurement Planning
  • Formative assessment and curriculum consequences
  • Disciplinary knowledge, assessment, and curriculum
  • Using assessment to guide curriculum
  • Curriculum-based assessment and curriculum-based measurement
  • Advantages and disadvantages of assessment methods
  • Use of virtual delivery of undergraduate lectures
  • Barriers to Learning in Distance Education
  • Mobile learning: Transforming the delivery of education and training
  • Incentives and obstacles influencing faculty and administrators to teach via distance
  • Critical success factors in online education
  • Innovations in distance learning programs: Development and delivery
  • Use of technology in the delivery of instruction
  • Assessment techniques