Tuesday, October 27th, 2020
2:50 PM - 3:15 PM: Concurrent Sessions
QA by Design: Tools
Creating a Multi-Modality Course from the First Note, to the Final Composition!
This presentation will highlight the collaboration of faculty and instructional designers in a one course/three modality model for course builds at a private not for profit University, where the course builds integrate Quality Matters standards.
Outline a collaboration model with faculty and instructional designers.
Discuss how to apply the Quality Matters rubric to a national course development.
Identify strategies to enhance cross campus collaboration of courses builds.
Intended Participants: Role
Intended Participants - Knowledge Level
People with some experience in the topic, but looking to grow
Erika Liljedahl, Creating a Multi-Modality Course from the First Note, to the Final Composition!, The Chicago School of Professional Psychology
Dr. Erika L. Liljedahl is a clinical psychologist who specializes in disability and neuropsychology. She worked in various settings including outpatient and inpatient, rehabilitation centers, nursing homes, in substance and day treatment facilities as well as in private practice. Currently she is the Department Chair for the online programs in forensic psychology at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology and actively leads several national course build-outs across several modalities.
Mark Labbett, Creating a Multi-Modality Course from the First Note, to the Final Composition!, The Chicago School of Professional Psychology
Mark Labbett, M.Ed., has worked as an Instructional Designer for over 10 years and in higher education for over 20. Mark's background was mainly in administration, working in Financial Aid, Admissions, and Academic Services at Robert Morris University in Pittsburgh, Pa. Currently he works for TCS Education Systems as a Senior Instructional Designer and is involved in online course development, resource center development and various design projects using the Canvas platform.