Welcome to Pasta 401: Bring your appetite for creating course alignment (Quality Matters Webinar)
|Date/Time:||Wednesday, 14 Mar 2018 from 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm|
|Location:||View on your own register through Quality Matters via link below|
|Channel:||Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching|
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*About the facilitators*
Larissa Cremeens is a Senior Instructional Designer at the University of Southern Indiana (USI) in Online Learning. She assists faculty in addressing complex teaching and learning issues related to teaching methods, assessment, and the use of instructional technology in their online courses. She also teaches the online GENS 199: Surviving and Thriving in Online Learning course for USI. Prior to coming to USI, she worked in secondary education. Larissa holds a Bachelor's Degree in Family and Consumer Science Education and a Master of Science in Education Degree in Learning Design and Technology, both from Purdue University.
Laura Cole serves as a Senior Instructional Designer of Online Learning, University of Southern Indiana. She works with faculty designing and developing online courses and providing support in the course delivery stages. Laura creates and facilitates professional development initiatives, including online programs, face to face training sessions, webinars, and online resources. She also teaches USI students on how to prepare for online courses. Laura holds a Master of Science in Information and Communication Sciences, and a Master of Arts in Curriculum and Educational Technology, both from Ball State University.
*To register* visit Webinar registration for Higher Education members - Welcome to Pasta 401: Bring your appetite for creating course alignment (Quality Matters Webinar) website.
*About Quality Matters
ISU holds an institutional membership with Quality Matters. Quality Matters (QM) is a nationally recognized peer review and certification process in which online course design is evaluated by a panel of external reviewers against eight specific standards of quality outlined in the QM Rubric. These standards emphasize: the course overview and introduction; learning goals and objectives; assessment of student learning; instructional materials; course activities and learner interaction; technology; learner support; and accessibility and usability.
*Questions about Quality Matters at Iowa State? *
Contact Darrin Jones, Program Coordinator, CELT and QM Coordinator via email firstname.lastname@example.org
This event is promoted by ISU's Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching (CELT). Learn more via the CELT website.