Best Practices in Launching a QM Initiative
Examples Please! Building a Shared Repository of Examples that Meet QM Standards
Tina Rettler-Pagel, Faculty, Madison College
Tina Rettler-Pagel is a Faculty member at Madison College, and teaches Leadership classes, as well as works in the college's Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL). In this role, she helps to develop and support faculty in teaching in online, hybrid, accelerated, active learning, and flipped formats.
How do we explain a "best case" example for 1.2? Or what if an instructor doesn't really know what we mean by standard 8.1, "Course navigation facilitates ease of use"? Consider how having a repository of examples might help faculty to better understand, reflect on, and implement QM standards? Join us as we look at how one was built and what we've learned while doing so.
Learning Objectives
Discuss approaches to building a shared repository, including access, storage, and permissions.
Relate opportunities, strengths, concerns, and issues with building a shared repository.
Identify how a repository approach might work at your college or how samples for standards might benefit and support QM faculty.
Audience: Faculty 
Audience: Administrator
Audience: Instructional Designer