Getting Your Course Certified for Quality: Best Practices for Instructors

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Date/Time:Monday, 01 Apr 2024 from 12:00 pm to 1:30 pm
Location:Online, register using RSVP on CELT event page
Channel:Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching
Categories:Training, development
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Do you want to provide the best possible learning experience for your students, and be acknowledged for it? Quality Matters (QM) Certification is a marker of excellence that highlights courses that are engaging, accessible, and aligned to students' needs. In this hands-on workshop, the speakers will guide participants through a selection of the review criteria used during the QM certification process by assessing an example course in Canvas.

Since many of the QM criteria are flexible, participants will be able to explore different ways the standards can be met, both in the sample course and in their own teaching. At the end, participants will be able to apply the QM rubric to review and reflect on one of their own courses. Since there are over 40 standards in the full QM rubric, this offering will focus on the presentation of instructional materials in an online course.

Abbey Elder is the Open Access & Scholarly Communication Librarian for ISU, where she manages campus initiatives for open access and open education. In addition to her institutional work, Abbey serves as the Statewide Open Education Coordinator for the Board of Regents on the Iowa Open Education Action Team, where she collaborates with colleges to develop and assess programs that support open education across the state of Iowa.

Emma Hartman is the Digital Resource Specialist at the Iowa State University Bookstore. She manages the student booklist and assists in the running of the Immediate Access program. In addition, Emma is a member of the campus's Open & Affordable Education Committee, where members from all different positions on campus develop and promote affordable course materials options at Iowa State University

*To attend, register using CELT's RSVP for Getting Your Course Certified for Quality: Best Practices for Instructors

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