Higher Ed Articles

Five Tips for Remote Teaching

The COVID-19 pandemic created an unprecedented shift to remote learning. Many instructors dipped their toes into the online waters for the first time — an overwhelming experience. Thankfully, so many individuals with countless years of online experience were ready to help. Including Dr. Steven Crawford, the District Director for the Maricopa Center for Learning and Innovation at Maricopa Community Colleges, who has five tips to help when confronted with emergency remote teaching.

Take Your Quality Commitment to the Next Level With Program Certification

As online learning continues to evolve and mature, so does the need to certify the quality of online offerings. Many institutions such as Bowling Green State University and John Tyler Community College have moved beyond course design certification and turned to Program Certification as a way to showcase the quality of their online programs and resources. Discover if you are ready too.

Improving the Student Experience Through Professional Development

Online instructors have many roles and responsibilities. Chief among them is understanding the student experience. Ensuring that faculty and staff are prepared to fulfill their many roles while remaining rooted in their commitment to providing quality learning experiences can be a tall order to fill. Learn how Appalachian State University used QM’s Teaching Online Certificate program to support its goals.