“I loved participating in the QM Colleague Program…it helps to talk with someone who has been through the process and knows what works.”
Diane Pisacreta from Saint Louis Community College, Professor
With online learning, everyone has a goal. Learners need to improve and grow. You work to nurture them with well-conceived, well-designed, well-presented courses and programs. Our goal — as a non-profit, quality assurance organization — is to provide a system to help you deliver on that promise: with review, improvement and certification of quality.
Convene with colleagues on “Learner Success Through Quality Initiatives” this April 25 & 26 in New York City. You'll hear from Meg Benke, Interim Provost at SUNY Empire State College, and explore how using QM can positively impact a variety of elements in the education landscape.
Shine a spotlight on the ideas, data-driven policies, research, and experiences that are propelling your quality assurance efforts forward. What’s working (and isn’t!)? What’s making a difference for learners? How is using QM review processes helping your institution differentiate itself? The QM Community wants to know!
If you’ve been looking for solutions to help ensure that learners are engaging with high quality courses, QM has them. Through course improvement, professional development and robust review processes, QM empowers you to deliver on the promise of online learning.
Whether your organization is considering a quality assurance solution or has recently become a subscribing QM Member, communicating the value and process of QM can help stakeholders envision their part of the implementation. Share the digital version of the QM Overview Booklet or contact us about receiving a print version.
QM’s five Rubrics are comprised of General and Specific Review Standards, allowing for complete course review. The Standards are research-supported and based on published best practices. QM Rubrics are an essential part of creating, certifying and maintaining quality course design.