Quality is often equated with exclusivity. But what if we shifted our thinking? What if quality became synonymous with inclusivity instead? As QM’s Executive Director Dr. Deb Adair shares in her 2021 New Year’s message, quality isn’t really quality unless it is accessible to all.
Given the ever-growing footprint of digital learning in education, how can we as educators ensure that we are ready to meet the moment? Executive Director Deb Adair explores these questions in this letter to the QM Community.
QM’s Executive Director, Dr. Deb Adair, reflects on her experience from the UNESCO World Higher Education Conference (WHEC). The global event is held once every ten years and focused on the transformation of higher education in 2022.
As important as course design is, it is not enough to ensure a quality learning experience for all students. In her 2022 message, QM Executive Director Dr. Deb Adair conveys that today’s design challenge is to value, curate, connect, and contextualize student learning experiences, including the prior learning they bring with them, to meet current and emerging student needs.
The COVID-19 pandemic crisis forced the unprecedented transition of face-to-face instruction to remote and online modalities.
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