Next-Generation Technology Impacts on Quality in Online Learning
Using DropThought to Aid Your QM Course Redesign
Virginia Stewart, Doctoral Student, University of Florida - College of Education
Virginia is a Higher Education administrator specializing in Information Systems and Technologies. She has successfully championed projects for Online Learning, WI-FI, VoIP, Surveillance & Cybersecurity, Enterprise Applications Transformation, and Online Learning Programs. She has more than 10 years of senior administrative leadership in both universities and community college systems.
It never fails! Every online instructor who completes the Applying the QM Rubric course for the first time immediately begins thinking of ways to change her or his course. The underlying philosophy that the student perspective is the lens for barometric measurement is not easy to incorporate using the traditional end-of-course evaluation survey. Introduce DropThought in your course and gain formative assessment module-by-module, and that's just the tip of the iceberg.
Learning Objectives
Demonstrate integration of the LTI tool using Free for Canvas.
Present participants with a before and after snapshot of change with student feedback.
Brainstorm ways to advance the use of a tool for each of the QM General Standards.
Audience: Faculty 
Audience: Administrator
Audience: Instructional Designer