Developing a New Course? Learn How Quality Matters (QM) Can Help
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Are you interested in connecting with presenter(s) and other participants? The room and presenter(s) will be available until 1:30 p.m. Feel free to stay, exchange ideas, and ask questions.
Quality Matters™ (QM) is a faculty-centered review process designed to guide the development of online and blended (hybrid) courses. QM can also serve as a detailed rubric to help you think through your course design, rather than just focus on delivery or course content. This workshop will introduce you to the eight QM standards and the process of alignment, and offer you guidance with your course design process.
As a result of attending this session, you will be able to:
- Define the Quality Matters (QM) process;
- Summarize the concept of alignment; and
- Explain QMs Role in online and hybrid course development.
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Deb Hatfield, M.Ed., instructional designer at the Delphi Center for Teaching and Learning, has a B.S in business from Spalding University and a M.Ed., in education from the University of Louisville. As a member of the Delphi Center’s staff, Deb combines her previous instructional design, project management and facilitation experience to the design, development, implementation, and evaluation of web-based instruction. She collaborates with subject-matter experts to define content and develop online courses for the Delphi Center. Deb also has experience in online course delivery facilitation as an adjunct faculty member with the University of Louisville and the University of Phoenix Online.