In this session a panel of representatives of Online Program Management companies discuss findings on the management of online post-secondary education as revealed in the QM-Eduventures CHLOE 3 Report and their role in supporting higher education institutions.
2019 East Regional Conference
This session takes a look at the artisinal and factory models of online course design from the perspective of creating the best possible student experience in online courses.
Join us as we share our process for training and supporting new online faculty within the context of QM's Standards.
Discover strategies to improve institutional effectiveness, including ways to measure analytics and critical resource issues. Explore the accreditation process and learn to negotiate for internal institutional support. Specifically, see how QM processes tie into accreditation standards — including accountability for the quality of online courses, academic resources and accessibility assessments — and how making your work with QM visible can validate your efforts and need for resources.
This session will identify the important hallmarks identified by the Higher Learning Commission and the Higher Education Quality Matters Rubric Standards addressing organizational mission and online learning and the relationship to retention.
How can Quality Matters help instructional designers define their role and identify how they can best support faculty? Join this session to learn how QM can be used as a backbone for establishing and structuring instructional design support.
Interested in discovering how to meet QM Standard 8? Consider attending this session and learn how to create inclusive and accessible distance learning environments, while adhering to Universal Instructional Design (UID) principles.
CHLOE 3 advanced our understanding of online enrollment trends, pedagogy, leadership, and quality assurance. This session will report key findings and invite the audience to identify remaining questions and future lines of inquiry in CHLOE 4 and beyond.
In this session, find out how our College leveraged our institutional quality assurance goals to build an ecosystem of supports for our faculty using policy, PD, and our LMS to scaffold their transition to an eLearning environment.
Going Beyond Standard 8: Linking WCAG 2.1 with Accessibility and Usability Standard of the QM Rubric
Come learn how to make your online courses meet federal accessibility requirements using Standard 8 of the QM Rubric and WCAG 2.1 guidelines. As a take-away, you receive an example of an accessibility checker that aligns with Standard 8.