Monday, October 28th, 2019
4:15 PM - 5:05 PM: Concurrent Sessions
Texas 4
 
Concentration
Sustaining Quality
Session Title
And Then There Was Light: Identifying and Filling Gaps in Online Student Services
Description
Walk through a Certification Pathway that provides evidence to current and potential online students, district-wide stakeholders and accreditors that you are committed to delivering premier, quality digital learning experiences to online students.
Learning Objectives
Explain why Alamo Colleges pursued the Quality Matters (QM) Online Learner Support Candidacy+ Certif
Review the benefits of the QM Candidacy+ Certification for student and college.
Describe New Best Practices: Certification Pathway Tools.
Intended Participants - Role
Administrators
Instructional Designers
Faculty
Intended Participants - Knowledge Level
Participants new to the topic
#QMConnectCertificationPathway
Presenter(s)
Mrs. Katrieva Jones Munroe, Director of Online Learning, University of Texas Permian Basin
Katrieva Jones Munroe is the Director of Online Learning at the University of Texas Permian Basin.Katrieva has over 15 years of leadership experience in higher education in distance education, STEM programs,and computer science.She recently developed a certification pathway to assist San Antonio College and St. Philip's College in obtaining the QM Online Learner Support Certification in 2019.Katrieva is a Fulbright Scholar United Nations Youth Representative, and a Fulbright Education Delegate.
 
 

Mr. Jacob Aiden Martinez, Director, Office of Student Life, Alamo Colleges District
 
 

Dr. Vanessa Anderson, Dean for Academic Success, Academic Services, St. Philip's College
 
 

Dr. Oralia De Los Reyes, Dean of Student Success, San Antonio College