New Directions for QM
Quality Matters Rubric: The Swiss Army Knife of Instructional Design
Julie Golden, Assistant Director, Florida Atlantic University
Julie Golden serves as Assistant Director of eLearning and is responsible for managing the instructional design team and developing, delivering, and maintaining professional development programs at FAU's Center for eLearning. Julie is in the dissertation stage for a doctorate in education, organizational leadership at Northeastern University.
Marcelle Gornitsky, Instructional Designer, Florida Atlantic University
Marcelle is an Instructional Designer at the Center for eLearning, where she assists faculty with the design and development of their online courses
Marcelle holds a Master' Degree in Instructional Technology and Distance Education from Nova Southeastern University.
This presentation will show the evolution of the implementation of Quality Matters from the original function as a set of standards for course design and facilitation, to a much broader multi-use tool that puts quality at the core of all that we do. Participants will learn how the QM Rubric is used in program development, staff development, faculty development, and template development. Following the presentation, a community-of-practice-style discussion will create an opportunity for collective innovation and knowledge sharing for participants.
Learning Objectives
Analyze the potential of the presented materials for use in a different setting.
Evaluate the materials presented.
Collaborate with others to discuss applicability of materials presented.
Audience: Faculty 
Audience: Administrator
Audience: Instructional Designer