With more things to do in a day than time to do them, any resource that helps you save time is a valuable one. Find out why Salve Regina University thinks QM’s Designing Your Online Course workshop is one of those valuable resources and how they use it to save time and set learners up for success.
When it comes to quality assurance, don’t bite off more than you can chew. Find out how taking a “small bite” approach can create an appetite for quality assurance while increasing awareness, generating buy-in and empowering faculty.
It’s important to have goals, but it’s just as important to map out ways to achieve them. Find out how one organization tapped into QM’s tools and resources to help meet strategic goals, and discover tools that could work for you.
Interested in taking your QM quality assurance implementation to the next level? The Chicago School of Professional Psychology decided to do just that when they began the Program Review process for Program Certification in Learner Support. Read their story of how QM fit into their goals of providing high-quality online programs and setting students up for success in the real world. Get seven tips on how to set your organization up for a successful Program Review.
Wisconsin Virtual School encourages all of their instructors to take QM professional development to meet Standards and deliver high-quality courses that engage students. In this story, you’ll see how Meg Graham, an instructor for the school, used what she learned from QM professional development and her experience as a QM Course Reviewer to make changes that had a direct impact on her students. Find out the three changes she made to her courses and how students have benefited.
Explore the plan Springfield Public School District’s dedicated online school — Launch — used to ‘launch” its quality assurance journey and see what lessons you can apply to your own quality assurance program.
Learn from the steps that the International Institute for Restorative Practices took as they began their quality assurance journey.
The University of Northwestern Ohio (UNOH) tackles two goals that are on the minds of many institutions: data collection for accreditation and improving the learner experience through professional development for faculty. To achieve these two important goals without doubling resources, the University decided to merge their efforts and use Quality Matters Program Reviews to help.
Student success, accessibility and course reviews are among the top QA priorities for K-12 members this year. Learn how they are addressing them using QM.
Hear what QM Members are saying about their quality assurance priorities for the 2017-18 academic year. Are they similar to yours?