About the Quality Matters Courses
eFellows Support for Online/Remote Teaching
Looking to improve your online classes? Concerned your online classes are not accessible? Want to have online students be more involved?
As part of the eFellows charge to provide technical resources for the improvement of student educational experiences, we are excited to offer support for the registration in Quality Matters workshops/classes to improve online teaching practices. These courses cover a range of topics from the design of course shells and instructional materials, to accessibility and building class report.
We will be able to cover a limited number of course registrations. (Quality Matters courses/workshops are offered at many convenient times throughout the academic year and summer.)
All part-time lecturers, full-time lecturers, and tenure-track/tenured faculty are eligible.
List of Courses offered through Quality Matters
From the Quality Matters TOC list:
- Orienting Your Online Learners
- Connecting Learning Theories to Your Teaching Strategies
- Connecting Presence in Your Online Course
- Assessing Your Learners
From the Higher Ed List:
- New to Online Teaching Series
- Designing Your Online Course
- Addressing Accessibility & Usability
- Designing Your Blended Course
- Improving Your Online Course
- Teaching Online: An Introduction to Course Delivery
- Design that Welcomes Your Learners
- Connecting Learning Objectives and Assessment
- Using Instructional Materials & Tech. to Promote Learner Engagement
And for any faculty member who wants to become an evaluator
- Applying the Quality Matters Rubric (to your course and others)
- Higher Ed Peer Reviewer List
To be considered for this opportunity, please fill out the application form below:
Deadline to apply is January 15, 2021 by 4 p.m.
Jonathan Carter, eFellow Chair and Assistant Professor
Communication, Media, and Theatre Arts
Peggy Liggit, Director
Faculty Development Center