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Building Community with Informal Peer Review Cohorts

Do you find it challenging to get the commitment of faculty members during implementation?  Would you like to explore a new approach to the standard process?  Join us for a discussion of how informal peer review faculty cohorts can increase faculty participation and build your QM community.

t.wheeler Mon, 10/24/2016 - 19:58

Candidacy as Pathway to Program Certifications

Whether your institution is just getting started implementing QM or has implemented QM to help achieve your institutional goals for years, this session will introduce you to a pathway to any or all of the 4 QM Program Certifications. Participants will learn about candidacy eligibility, timelines, needed data, and more. Come away determining where your institution stands and with a plan to get started on QM Program Certifications.

CAPABLE: Creative Arts Performance and Application in a Blended Learning Environment

In a world in which technology is increasingly ubiquitous, artists continue to struggle to find a sense of purpose, community, and humanistic value in digitally augmented spaces. We were placed in the rare position of having a choreographer and photographer seek our online learning team to translate their in-person workshops into blended learning environments. Through the lens of the QM framework, we were able to leverage multimedia, virtual conferencing, and project-based learning in an online environment to enhance face-to-face coursework.

Captioning 101: What Faculty and Reviewers Ought to Know

Presentation Site: https://sites.google.com/site/captioning101/

 

Imagine watching a video and not hearing the audio that accompanies it. What would you miss? For learners who are deaf or hard-of-hearing, that answer may be A LOT! Join us for this session to learn why captioning is important, and also watch a demonstration of how to actually caption a video using YouTube.

Casting a Research Net: A Voyage through QM, Interaction, and Performance in Online Courses

The presenters will discuss a study of the relationship between online course content developed implementing/not implementing Quality Matters Standard 5, the students’ level of interaction with the instructor, and academic performance as measured by students’ grade, online engagement, sense of community, and quality of online posts when considering students’ age, ethnicity, gender, number of on-campus courses enrolled, number of online courses enrolled, and number of online courses taken in the past.

Change the Game! Using Adobe Connect and Rubrics to Deliver Hybrid Quality in Your Online Course

"Changing the Game" means interacting with students in an imitation of a hybrid format to enhance learning.  Using Adobe Connect sessions gives insight on common problems the professor has seen in past courses.  Rubrics are used to teach the students how they can directly affect their grade by checking for all requirements using the same "tool" the professor use to grade.  My courses start with a welcome video and Adobe Connect sessions for credit.  The Adobe Connect sessions feature talking points so that students get an interactive overview of the course purpose and structure.

Charting a Course to Quality Student learning

Sometimes students’ learning experience is off course from the syllabus or course outline. Quite often faculty are not course designers, but subject matter experts navigating through unchartered territory called course design. Chart a course to quality student learning by mapping course and module objectives to learning activities and assessments. In this session, learn how college faculty use a performance-based course design model and tool to ensure a quality learning experience for their students.  

Chief Online Learning Officers Perspectives on Management, Governance, and Quality Assurance

The chief online officer is gaining influence in schools where online learning is becoming a mainstream activity. This session will compare CHLOE Survey results with the experience of a panel of four chief online officers regarding their management role and involvement in online quality assurance.