Best Practices in Launching a QM Initiative
Help! I'm Teaching Online and I Don't Have an Instructional Designer!
Pam Rankey, Associate Professor, University of Cincinnati, Blue Ash College
Faculty Director of Distance Learning and Associate Professor in the Business and Economics Department teaching online, blended, and face-to-face classes. QM Peer Reviewer and Face-to-Face APPQMR facilitator, and a Blackboard Certified Trainer. Focus areas include improving course delivery using the LMS, accessibility of course content, and instructional design.
What does a faculty developer do when faced with the need for instructional design support with minimal time and resources available? This session will review the approach used by the Learning and Teaching Center of a regional campus of a larger university to provide professional development, instructional design, and QM support to regional campus faculty in the development and delivery of online, hybrid, and flipped courses.
Learning Objectives
Describe integration points between the Quality Matters Rubric and faculty development and training for course design.
List approaches for faculty development that are inclusive of several modes of teaching delivery.
Identify faculty in the institution who can be allies in presenting different best practices, thereby creating grassroots faculty development.
Audience: Faculty 
Audience: Administrator
Audience: Instructional Designer