RC 20/20

Creating and Measuring Programmatic Teaching Innovations to Improve Student Learning

Megan Good, Director of Academic Assessment, Auburn University

Diane Boyd, Director of the Biggio Center for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning, Auburn University


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Diane Boyd

Dr. Diane Boyd is the Director of the Biggio Center for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning. Her most recent publications and international presentations focus on course re-design for significant learning, amplifying learner motivation, and Threshold Concepts in teaching and learning. Prior to returning to the Plains Dr. Boyd was a founding member of the Center for Teaching and Engaged Learning at Furman University and the founding director for the Teaching, Leadership, and Technology Center at Louisiana-State University-Shreveport. Dr. Boyd’s expertise in active learning, interdisciplinary teaching, and leadership development help guide the Biggio team to deliver innovative teaching and learning support for faculty and graduate students in alignment with Auburn’s instructional mission.


Megan Rodgers Good

Dr. Megan Rodgers Good is the Director of Academic Assessment at Auburn University, serving as a resource to academic programs on all phases of student learning outcomes assessment (e.g., outcome creation, instrument development, data collection strategies). Megan earned her PhD in Assessment and Measurement from James Madison University. Her doctoral work focused on connecting assessment with teaching and learning strategies to evidence student learning growth at a programmatic level.