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Quality Matters APPQMR Session November 15

What is QM?

Quality Matters (QM) is a nationally recognized, faculty-centered, peer review process designed to acknowledge the quality of online/hybrid courses. The QM framework is about course design, and making your course navigation and structure intuitive, so that students’ questions will be more focused on the content of your course. Research supports that QM recognized courses improve both student learning outcomes, student success, and retention.

Applying the Quality Matters Rubric (APPQMR)

Friday, November 15, 9:00am – 4:00pm, CTL Lab, AS175

AS Building MCC Southern & Dobson Campus (Map)

COURSE#001515, Section #0005

Why QM?

The Quality Matters course at MCC is designed to help you prepare your course for QM certification and is preparatory course for the QM Peer Reviewer Certification Course. This in-depth session explains each of the QM standards through hands-on activities. Participants will leave with tools and ideas to design your course to meet QM and skills to become a Quality Matters peer reviewer.


How do I register for the Quality Matters at MCC course? Who can register?

Use the link above or register here (new window will open). Registration is through the HRMS (MCCCD Time & Labor) system. View detailed registration instructions. Any MCCCD employee interested in using the QM Process at and Rubric to improve their course is welcome to attend.