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Best Practices in Launching a QM Initiative
Overcoming QM Challenges at a Traditional University
Renée Petrina, Instructional Design & Technology Specialist, Indiana University Southeast
Renee Petrina has been a teaching consultant at Indiana University Southeast since April 2013. She is a F2F Facilitator for APPQMR. Renee is a former newspaper journalist and former journalism faculty member in both military training and public university settings.
Lauren Easterling, Instructional Technology Consultant, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis
Lauren Easterling has been an Instructional Technology Consultant with the IUPUI Center for Teaching and Learning since November 2012, and is a doctoral candidate in the Instructional Systems Technology program at Indiana University Bloomington. Her research focuses on online course design and professional development for online faculty.
Anna Lynch, Principal Online Instructional Designer, Indiana University
Anna Lynch is Principal Online Instructional Designer at eLearning Design & Services at Indiana University, providing support for teams building priority online courses, certificates, and degree programs at IU. Lynch holds a BA in Spanish (PSU), an MA in Applied Linguistics (IU) and an MS in Instructional Systems Technology (IU).
Although we know the QM Rubric is valuable, it can be a challenge to get traditional large-university faculty to accept something from an external entity. The presenters want instructional designers and facilitators to share their experiences, trials, and errors and for faculty to share how the support they have received with QM has worked -- or not worked -- to meet their needs. The presenters hope to cover all aspects of QM: the Rubric, the Peer Review process, and the Professional Development courses -- to share tips and success stories.
Clarify and explore the feelings of a small group of large-university faculty regarding QM.
Identify methods for providing customized support for a copyrighted program with an existing institutional framework.
Identify potential areas for future survey research into QM acceptance and implementation among higher education faculty.