Best Practices in Launching a QM Initiative
Mastering the Online Teaching Path: Integrating QM Standards in an Online Teaching Certificate
Jiyu You, Director, University of Michigan
Dr. Peter You is the Director of Digital Education at Ross School of Business, University of Michigan. He is a QM certified peer reviewer, QM APPQMR workshop facilitator, QM course review manager. He is an adjunct graduate faculty at the University of Toledo serving on doctoral dissertation committees.
Phoebe Ballard, Director of Instructional Design & Development, The University of Toledo
Phoebe currently serves as Director of Instructional Design & Development at The University of Toledo, and is a part-time instructor for The University of Toledo's College of Communication and the Arts. She is a QM Certified Master Reviewer, and a two-time Blackboard Catalyst Award winner for exemplary course design.
Mingli Xiao, Senior Instructional Designer, The University of Toledo
Dr. Mingli Xiao is a Sr. Instructional Designer at the University of Toledo. She designs and teaches faculty development courses and delivers workshops on online teaching and online course design. She is a certified QM Master Reviewer and a Blackboard Catalyst Award winner for Exemplary Course Design in 2014.
Berhane Teclehaimanot, Professor, The University of Toledo
Berhane Teclehaimanot, Ph.D. is a Professor of Educational Technology and Program Coordinator at The University of Toledo in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction.
Online faculty development programs have become critical for academic staff in higher education. The Pathway to Master Online Instructor Program was created to meet faculty's needs in course design, delivery, and course improvement. A study,based on Phase 1 of the program, examined the design of an online teaching certificate course developed according to QM standards. The presentation reports the results of the study and provides opportunities for participants to explore the relationship between QM essential Standards and faculty-perceived learning.
Learning Objectives
Explain the critical components of the Pathway Program.
Discuss relationship between QM essential Standards and faculty-perceived learning.
Compare and contrast the Pathway Program to your own faculty development initiatives.
Audience: Faculty 
Audience: Administrator
Audience: Instructional Designer