Achieving QM Certification for a course is accomplished through deliberate application of QM Standards for Course Design. If you've been involved in helping a course meet standards either as the Course Representative, course designer or through your work as an Instructional Designer, the QM community wants to see how you did it.
Networking & Sharing QM
Looking to share the news about your internal course reviews? See the guidelines for internal reviews and how to reference QM. We've also included examples from QM members.
Creating a webpage (or micro site) to organize and communicate about your quality assurance work with QM is a great way to keep faculty, staff and other stakeholders involved. Several QM Members have created pages or sites to explain the QM process and showcase the important achievements in the journey to continuously improve.
When you or your organization reach important milestones with your QM activities, spread the news using common public relations tools and outlets.
When your organization becomes a QM Member, meets QM Standards for Course Design or sends someone to present at a QM Conference, use these press release templates as a starting point to share the good news.
Presenting at a QM Conference opens up many opportunities for you to share your work — to maximize the positive impact. This article provides several ideas for how to share QM Conference Presentations through social media, video, and more. There are also examples and tips on creating effective posts.