2023 Events

Meeting the needs of diverse learners and delivering on your online promise means staying connected with the QM community on a variety of topics. Our line-up of virtual and in-person events has you covered — from research to best practices to conversations on the big picture of quality. Check back for more details as they become available.

QM Research Online Conference

February 16, 2023 — 1:00 to 4:30 p.m. ET

Registration Link & Session Information Coming Soon!

See a sampling of presentations on YouTube.

Higher Ed. Quality in Action

April 28, 2023 — 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. ET

Registration Link & Session Information Coming Soon!

See a sampling of presentations on YouTube.

Presidents Summit On Leading Quality

Look for this event in 2023 — Date coming soon.

Read the Summary Report for the 2021 event.

Q-Up for K-12 Digital Quality

September 22, 2023— 12:00 to 4:00 p.m. ET

Registration Link & Session Information Coming Soon!

See a sampling of presentations on YouTube.

Active/Applied Research on Online Learning and Quality Assurance

Uncover research-supported best practices that you can use in your own work during the QM Research Online Conference.

Leading experts from the QM community will share the latest active/applied research on key online learning topics, including quality assurance. Participants will have the opportunity to engage with the presenters and ask pertinent questions. A handout for each session containing application-based takeaways will also be provided. This is a virtual, half-day event — all registrants will have access to session recordings in the Attendee Website.

Registration is $50.00.

Honing the Competitive Edge of Quality: Ensuring Future Sustainability by Building on the Lessons of 2020

Higher education’s response to the COVID-19 crises has taught us many lessons about supporting and retaining students as learning modalities changed. High quality, broadly engaging and inclusive digital education is top of mind for senior leaders today.

The inaugural Presidents Summit on Leading Quality is an invitation-only event for senior academic leaders in higher education concerned about the evolving education landscape and how to position their own institutions to attract, engage and retain learners as student demographics, expectations and needs change.

The most successful institutions will be creating and communicating quality at scale. What this looks like — and ways to achieve it — is at the heart of the Summit conversation. Strategically scaling quality in a changing landscape is about more than increasing the number of online courses and programs — it’s about redefining a quality learning experience as a holistic, institution-wide engagement for all students that continues before, during and beyond a degree pathway.

Tap Into the QM Higher Ed. Community

Take your online teaching and course design to the next level by participating in the Quality in Action conference for higher education. The curated selection of sessions provides hands-on, practical experience that will put you on a path to designing and teaching learner-centric courses that support learner success.

Session presenters will address topics that are central to creating and teaching quality courses with the QM Standards in mind. This is a virtual, full-day event — all registrants will have access to session recordings in the Attendee Website.

Registration starts at $175.00

Level up Your Online Learning Quality

Join QM members and educators from the K-12 community to discuss strategies for improving the quality of online learning and meeting student needs.

This is a virtual, half-day event — all registrants will have access to session recordings in the Attendee Website.

Registration is $50.00

Expanding Possibilities

It's time to look beyond what you know and look instead at what is possible. Join your peers at this fall’s QM Connect Conference to see how they are Expanding Possibilities.

Find out what fresh ideas they are implementing in courses, how they are evolving beyond course design, and what they are doing to move their quality assurance efforts forward. This is your opportunity to learn from — and exchange ideas with — the community that is breaking boundaries and trying new things every day, all with a laser focus on student success.