Event Title

(Presentation Unavailable) Pedagogy Can Be Fun! Creating Interactive Training for Faculty to Apply the Quality Matters Rubric to Online & Hybrid Courses

Presenter Information

Kathy Tally

Location

RC 181

Start Date

6-8-2010 11:00 AM

Description

Quality Matters is an Inter-Institutional Organization for quality assurance in online learning which uses a continuous improvement model for assuring the quality of online courses through a faculty review process using an extensive rubric as a tool set developed based on national standards of best practice, the research literature and instructional design principles. In the spring of 2010, KU’s School of Nursing provided 2 f2f half-day workshops to introduce faculty to the 40 standards using Elluminate's web-conferencing system for faculty at a distance and iClickers to create an interactive session to deliver the training. This session will use iClickers and provide participants with the opportunity to look at various course components, apply specific QM standards, and decide whether or not the standard is met and discuss why participants agree or disagree.

 
Aug 6th, 11:00 AM

(Presentation Unavailable) Pedagogy Can Be Fun! Creating Interactive Training for Faculty to Apply the Quality Matters Rubric to Online & Hybrid Courses

RC 181

Quality Matters is an Inter-Institutional Organization for quality assurance in online learning which uses a continuous improvement model for assuring the quality of online courses through a faculty review process using an extensive rubric as a tool set developed based on national standards of best practice, the research literature and instructional design principles. In the spring of 2010, KU’s School of Nursing provided 2 f2f half-day workshops to introduce faculty to the 40 standards using Elluminate's web-conferencing system for faculty at a distance and iClickers to create an interactive session to deliver the training. This session will use iClickers and provide participants with the opportunity to look at various course components, apply specific QM standards, and decide whether or not the standard is met and discuss why participants agree or disagree.