New Directions for QM
Modeling Quality: Using the CPE Rubric for Faculty Development Programs
Steven Crawford, Associate Director, Academic Innovation, Arizona State University
Steven is the Associate Director of Academic Innovation at Arizona State University's College of Nursing and Health Innovation. His role is to coordinate multimedia and instructional design activities (includes face-to-face, blended, and online) and to support the work of the course evaluation/academic assessment planning team and the academic contracts team.
Jinnette Senecal, Senior Instructional Designer, Arizona State University
Jinnette Senecal is an experienced instructional designer/technologist who collaborates with faculty in support of exceptional learning outcomes. She is an expert faculty professional development specialist with years of demonstrated success in implementing adult learning approaches. Ms. Senecal also teaches educational technology courses in pre-service K12 teacher preparation programs.
For developing online or blended faculty development programs, the QM Higher Education (HE) Rubric may not be the best tool for reviewing the quality of the program design. This session will discuss the design changes Arizona State University made when it began to use the Continuing and Professional Education (CPE) Rubric to inform the design of online faculty development programs.
Learning Objectives
Describe the differences between the HE Rubric and the CPE Rubric.
Identify the advantages of using the CPE Rubric to design online and blended faculty development programs.
Describe the advantages of submitting a faculty development program for a CPE course review.
Audience: Faculty 
Audience: Administrator
Audience: Instructional Designer