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Notes from “The Design and Development of an Internal Course Review Process” #qmconf2015
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Notes from “The Design and Development of an Internal Course Review Process” #qmconf2015

Notes from “The Design and Development of an Internal Course Review Process”, presented by Lisa Kidder, Idaho State University, at the 2015 Quality Matters (QM) conference. Idaho State University subscribed to QM in 2008, but have been on a long road through implementation. They have only started doing internal course reviews in 2014, have not … Continue reading

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Notes from Going Beyond Course Design: Implementing Online Delivery Standards #qmconf2015

Notes from the “QM Program Certification: Is it Worth It?”, presented by Sherrell Wheeler and Kim Lopez Gallagher, both from New Mexico State University, at the 2015 Quality Matters (QM) conference. Online quality is so much more than course design! Development NMSU began by compiling research on online teaching best practices and disseminated it to all online … Continue reading

Notes from “QM Program Review – What We Learned” #qmconf2015
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Notes from “QM Program Review – What We Learned” #qmconf2015

Notes from “QM Program Review – What We Learned”, presented by Ron Legon, Executive Director of Quality Matters, at the 2015 Quality Matters (QM) conference. Quality Matters (QM) created the Program Review rubric as a response to requests from subscribers. Value of Program Certification The value to QM is building on the implications of course review … Continue reading

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Notes from QM Program Certification: Is it Worth It? #qmconf2015

Notes from the “QM Program Certification: Is it Worth It?”, presented by Carol Parenteau and Julie Freese, both from University of the Rockies, at the 2015 Quality Matters (QM) conference. The QM Program certification process is like looking at trees, where the course certification process is evaluating quality of leaves. Program certification efforts must be aligned with … Continue reading

Notes from “Becoming Competent in Competency-Based Education” keynote panel #qmconf2015
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Notes from “Becoming Competent in Competency-Based Education” keynote panel #qmconf2015

Notes from the “Becoming Competent in Competency-Based Education: What Is It and What Is Driving This Growing Movement?”, the opening keynote presentation at the 2015 Quality Matters (QM) conference. The panel includes Laurie Dodge, chair of the Competency-Based Education Network (C-BEN), Richard Garrett, Chief Research Officer of Eduventures, and Charla Long, Lipscomb University, and is facilitated … Continue reading

Notes from “Designing Theory and Research-Based Professional Development Opportunities for Faculty” #slate15
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Notes from “Designing Theory and Research-Based Professional Development Opportunities for Faculty” #slate15

Notes from the “Designing Theory and Research-Based Professional Development Opportunities for Faculty”, presented by Sarah Dysart, Loyola University, and Carl Weckerle, Macomb Community College, at the 2015 SLATE Conference Assisting faculty with the instructional integration of information technology is the #3 concern of IT Issues, according to a 2014 Educause survey of Top-Ten IT Issues. We know … Continue reading

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Notes from “Emerging Technologies in Online Learning” #fsi2015

Notes from the “Emerging Technologies in Online Learning”, presented by Carrie Levin, Emily Boles, Michele Gribbins, and John Freml, University of Illinois Springfield at the 2015 Faculty Summer Institute More resources for how to use these for educational purposes posted at http://go.uis.edu/fsi Sample cameras & devices Or, try Google Photosphere on iOS, Google Camera app for … Continue reading