Online Learning Resources

Top Tips for Designing a HyFlex Course

A HyFlex or Hybrid-Flexible course offers many benefits, including the ability to serve both in-person and online students with a limited set of resources. However, creating a HyFlex course requires extensive planning and forethought. Find out how you can do HyFlex right with these tips from Kent State’s Dr. Wendy Tietz and QM’s Director of Research and Innovation Dr. Bethany Simunich.

From Remote Instruction to Online Design Quality (HE)

Whether you’re building on the work you did for remote instruction or you’re looking to improve the quality of an existing online course, the Bridge to Quality will help get you there! QM’s Online Course Design Guide helps you close gaps between your current course and your vision for its online potential by providing you with a “how-to” guide aimed at achieving QM Higher Ed. Standards.

From Remote Instruction to Online Design Quality (K-12)

Whether you’re building on the work you did for remote instruction or you’re looking to improve the quality of an existing online course, the Bridge to Quality will help get you there! QM’s Online Course Design Guide helps you close gaps between your current course and your vision for its online potential by providing you with a “how-to” guide aimed at achieving QM K-12 Standards.

Address Accessibility Challenges with AURS

Built by QM members, the Accessibility & Usability Resource Site (AURS) is the go-to — and FREE — resource for educators looking to address key accessibility and usability concerns. Anyone can register for the site by logging into MyQM (or creating a new account) and selecting “Workshop - Register” in the side navigation. If you've already registered, the AURS link can be found on your Dashboard in the QM Classroom after you log in.