Free Quality Matters Course Design and Improvement Webinars – Spring Schedule

qm-logoDo you teach online and want to find ways to improve the design of your courses?

Consider learning about Quality Matters (QM), a well-known system for improving course design to facilitate effective learning. Vetted through the work of MATC’s Online Quality Council, a voluntary QM course review process is currently being piloted.

To learn more about QM, register for a free one-hour webinar to view on your own. The spring schedule is posted below – reserve your seat today!

Webinar Time/Date To Register
Welcome to Pasta 401: Bring Your Appetite for Course Alignment

In this session, you’ll practice the fundamental process of designing a course with aligned learning objectives, assessments, and activities from “scratch.”

Presented by: University of Southern Indiana

Weds. March 14th, 1PM CST Click Here
Preparing for a Formal QM Review: Comparing Three Models

In this moderated panel, QM Coordinators from three universities (New Mexico State, Texas A&M International, and Indiana) will compare and contrast how faculty and courses are prepared for QM course review.

Presented by: Indiana University; Indiana University Southeast; New Mexico State University; and Texas A&M International University

Tues. April 3rd, 12 PM CST Click Here
Everything I Need to Know About Student Engagement I Learned From a Rabid Sports Fan

Learn strategies and tools used by sportscasters that online instructors can use to increase student engagement.

Presented by: Salt Lake Community College

Thurs. May 10th, 1 PM CST Click Here
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About Megan Hamilton

In my current role as an Educational Assistant in web enhanced learning, I provide high-level support to faculty in the use of Blackboard and other web-based software to enhance teaching and learning. I have served as one of MATC's Blackboard Administrators for 6 years and have 10 years of experience in web development/visual communications.

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