Tuesday, October 29th, 2019
4:15 PM - 5:05 PM: Concurrent Sessions
Texas 5
 
Concentration
Engagement Strategies for Faculty
Session Title
Quality Schmatters: The Journey from Complainer to Influencer
Description
Complainers, rebels, connoisseurs and influencers - you will encounter them all! Discover the journey of instructional designers leading the adoption of Quality Matters as they share approaches, pitfalls and triumphs related to engaging faculty.
Learning Objectives
Discuss three ways to win over complainers and rebels.
Discuss three ways to leverage connoisseurs.
Identify three ways to leverage influencers.
Intended Participants - Role
QM Coordinators
Instructional Designers
Administrators
Intended Participants - Knowledge Level
Participants new to the topic
Presenter(s)
Mrs. Kenyada McLeod, Coordinator of Online Learning, John Tyler Community College
Often described as energetic and personable, Kenyada’s passion for teaching, learning and technology is evident in every workshop and course she facilitates. With over ten years of experience in technology training and instructional design spanning various sectors, higher education is by far the best environment for this free-spirited professional.
She currently serves as the Coordinator of Online Learning at John Tyler Community College in the Center for Teaching and Learning.
 
 

Ms. Terri Milroy, eLearning Specialist, Southside Community College
 
Terri Milroy is the eLearning Specialist for Southside Virginia Community College, and an online instructor of thirteen years. She introduced Quality Matters as a requirement for online instructors as co-chair of the college's Distance Education Committee, and has trained over 100 faculty as the APPQMR facilitator for her school. Currently, Terri is working with the college administration to prepare for fully online programs and the initiation of the QM Program Review process.
 

Ms. Page Durham, Instructional Designer, Germanna Community College
 
Not your typical path to instructional design and Quality Matters. She has a BME in music education, an MS in instructional technology, & an EdS in administration. She taught in the K12 world for 23 years & online for 13. Her most significant focus is building presence in the online environment. She is the QM Coordinator, course review manager, facilitator, & a master reviewer.

Fun Facts: she is a huge Star Wars fan, LOTR, & GoT. She is also a gamer, a golfer, & mother to a new Duke (JMU).