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Best Practices in Launching a QM Initiative
Our Sneaky QM Implementation: Moving Past Posting Their Syllabus Online
Jeff Suarez-Grant, Instructional Designer, California State University, Los Angeles
Jeff is an Instructional Designer supporting faculty in redesigning f2f as well as online courses. Special interests include the design of multimedia based content. An adult educator on the side, he has taught digital imaging for over 7 years.
Maria Fernandez, Instructional Designer, California State University, Los Angeles
Maria Fernandez is an Instructional Designer supporting faculty in the Center for Effective Teaching and Learning at Cal State LA with over 20 years of experience in Instructional Technology. Maria continues to help faculty create effective learning solutions for online, on-site, and blended environments. She is a QM Peer Reviewer.
Sneak quality assurance into faculty development to help instructors design quality courses even before deciding to teach online. Ensure quality through consistent exposure to LMS templates and workshops infused with QM principles, while avoiding a prescriptive approach to course design.
Recognize the challenge of developing quality online courses in an institutional environment resistant to change.
Articulate the benefits of faculty development that uses an infused approach to quality assurance.
Implement one or more strategies such as LMS templates, design checklists, and savvy marketing of professional development opportunities.