2018 Research Colleague Stella Porto and her Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) colleagues Carolina Suarez and Miriam Campos share the challenges they faced and the solutions they found to make their courses culturally inclusive for all. The co-authored paper provides a discussion of specific examples of cultural differences in the courses offered by IDB and how the authors addressed them in course design.
See the results from the second survey conducted by QM and Eduventures as part of The Changing Landscape of Online Education (CHLOE) project. The results provide another level of insight on a wide range of issues affecting online learning, including the reasons and motivations behind policy and strategic decisions advancing online learning.
See how research is used in the Rubric update process and how it informs all QM processes.
See the results from the first survey conducted by QM and Eduventures as part of The Changing Landscape of Online Education (CHLOE) project. Find out how your organization compares to those surveyed in the study.
The Changing Landscape of Online Education (CHLOE) project is a joint research effort by QM and Eduventures that seeks to bridge the gap of information and data available about important trends in online learning as it shifts to a more mainstream component of higher education.
A synopsis and brief discussion of two recent studies related to distance education and replication.
Does Findability Matter?: Findability, Student Motivation and Self-Efficacy in Online Courses is an article about a QM-related research project done in 2012 by Simunich, Robins, & Kelly at Kent
A synopsis of two studies regarding optimal length of videos used in online instruction.
Get details on the permissible use of the Quality Matters (QM) materials most often requested related to conducting and citing QM in research.
A synopsis and brief discussion of the research on the impact of Quality Matters that has been conducted since 2005.