Member Success Stories, Research and More

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See a list of all archived recordings. If you're a QM Member, you can access video links in MyQM in the Reference Library.

Have an idea for a QM Success Story? Email QM's Registrar for Higher Ed.

QM Success Stories

There is no substitute for experience! Your colleagues who have experience meeting QM's rigorous course design Standards and implementing QM on their campuses can provide you with valuable insights and experience. "QM Success Stories" webinars are presented by your colleagues and fellow members. They will share their experiences on topics like these and more: 

  • How do I create a plan for implementing QM at my organization?
  • What does a course look like that has met QM Standards?

The sessions are scheduled once per month and are FREE for members only! Space is limited to the first 1000 registrants. You can register once and view the webinar with colleagues. The webinars are also live captioned! Can't make it? All QM Success Stories are recorded and available to subscribers after the session in the Reference Library located in MyQM approximately two weeks after the session.

  • July 20, 2022
    Review Readiness:  Establishing Internal Review Processes to Prepare for QM Certification Reviews

    Presented by Jami Nininger, Associate Dean, Academic Affairs, Mount Carmel College of Nursing; and Miriam Abbott, Academic Department Lead, Faculty, Mount Carmel College of Nursing

    “Establishing Internal Review Processes to Prepare for QM Certification Reviews” (aka QM Official Reviews) shares one institution's strategy for structuring an internal review process that drives faculty buy-in and course review process.

    Webinar begins at 1:00 p.m. ET, 12:00 p.m. CT, 11:00 a.m. MT, 10:00 a.m. PT

  • August, 2022
    Details Coming Soon!

    Presented by a QM member

  • September 21, 2022
    Tiny Trickles to Wondrous Waterfalls: One Strategy Impacts Several Disciplines

    Presented by Amy Heston, Professor of Inorganic Chemistry at Walsh University

    “My journey to the waterfalls” explains how a new approach to learning became a trickling stream of positive impact in one chemistry course, produced river rapids of momentum for QM certification, and then led to a waterfall of student success across several disciplines. Never underestimate the power of a small change toward student success because you, too, could experience a waterfall!

    Webinar begins at 2:00 p.m. ET, 1:00 p.m. CT, 12:00 p.m. MT, 10:00 a.m. PT


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Online Learning Webinars

Join QM and special guests for periodic webinars on a variety of topics related to building success with QM, online learning and professional growth.
The webinars are free and open to QM Members as well as non-members.

 

Check back soon to see details for the next webinar.

You might like to view recordings of the following:


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Looking for a recording or miss a session?

See a list of all archived recordings

Have an idea for a Research Webinar? Contact the Research team.

Research Webinars

Join the QM Research Colleagues and other researchers from the QM Community for presentations of research on the impact of quality assurance in online learning and other related topics. The webinars are free and open to QM Members as well as non-members.

 

August 16, 2022 — 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. Eastern
CHLOE 7: Tracking Online Learning from Mainstream Acceptance to Universal Adoption

Presented by Richard Garrett, Eduventures Chief Research Officer, Encoura, and Bethany Simunich, PhD, Director of Research and Innovation, Quality Matters

Join QM and Eduventures for the seventh release of CHLOE report findings after surveying higher education chief online learning officers. The survey investigated how institutions are supporting students, faculty, and staff to provide online learning now and in the future — at a time when chief online officers project that nearly all their students will be participating in at least some online learning.