Extensive empirical research has been conducted to understand the impact of the workshops. Publications that emerged from this work are provided below:

Lund, T.J. and Stains, M. (2015) The Importance of Context: An Exploration of Factors Influencing the Adoption of Student-Centered Teaching among Chemistry, Biology, and Physics Faculty, International Journal of STEM Education, 2:13 DOI: 10.1186/s40594-015-0026-8

Lund, T.J., Pilarz, M., Velasco, J.B., Chakraverty, D., Rosploch, K., Undersander, M., and Stains, M. (2015) The Best of Both Worlds: Building on the COPUS and RTOP Observation Protocols to Easily and Reliably Measure Various Levels of Reformed Instructional Practices, CBE Life Sciences Education, 14(2), ar18 DOI: 10.1187/cbe.14-10-0168

Vickrey, T, Rosploch, K., Rahmanian, R., Pilarz, M. and Stains, M. (2015) Research-based implementation of Peer Instruction: A literature review, CBE Life Sciences Education, 14(1) DOI: 10.1187/cbe.14-11-0198
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