New Directions for QM
Going Beyond Course Design: Implementing Online Delivery Standards
Sherrell Wheeler, Director of Online Quality Assurance, New Mexico State University-Alamogordo
Sherrell Wheeler coordinates all distance education initiatives at NMSU Alamogordo including Quality Matters training, external reviews, internal review teams, and all other aspects of distance education in an effort to ensure that online students have a positive educational experience. She also teaches online business courses.
Kim Lopez Gallagher, Associate Professor, US History, Government, Philosophy, New Mexico State University-Alamogordo
Are your courses designed around the Quality Matters Standards, but you know there may still be issues with delivery? Do you have faculty teaching online courses who think it is easier than face-to-face? If so, come hear how New Mexico State University-Alamogordo is implementing delivery standards for online faculty. Come learn about NMSU's standards, how they were developed, the process of implementing them, and methods of tying them to online observations and online student evaluations.
Learning Objectives
Analyze the need for delivery standards and look at those designed by one institution.
Discuss the process of implementation of delivery standards and look at the connection to online faculty observations and online student evaluations by one institution.
Explore the need for a preparatory course for faculty new to online teaching and how to tie the delivery standards to that course.
Audience: Faculty 
Audience: Administrator
Audience: Instructional Designer