This paper describes a complete course revision resulting from an instructional improvement activity supported by the mini-sabbatical program of the Office of Instructional Resources, University of Florida. Purposes, procedures, and accomplishments are reported. Evaluative data indicated that this activity had a significantly positive influence upon student achievement and the way students viewed the instructor, course, visual materials, and supplemental materials. Faculty and graduate student evaluation also yielded positive results.



mini-sabbatical, instructional improvement

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