This podcast features summaries by K-12 teachers of the eight design elements included in the Quality Matters evaluation rubric for online courses. Quality Matters is a collaborative grant project from the State of Maryland, with the goal of helping educators better understand and use accepted best practice design concepts in online instruction. This workshop was presented in Lewisville, Texas, on November 17, 2005. Workshop curriculum linked in the podcast shownotes is shared under a Creative Commons attribution-only license.
Program Length: 24 min, 14 sec
File size: 5.6 MB
Show notes for this podcast include:
- Wesley’s “Online Course Design” workshop curriculum
- QualityMatters: Inter-Institutional Quality Assurance in Online Learning
- The Quality Matters Demo Rubric
- Quality Matters best practices inspiration diagrams (click on RESULTS after each category)
- SurveyMonkey online survey tool
- Verify Section508 accessiblity compliance with the free HiSoftware Cynthia Says Portal
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