Texas A&M University is an official subscriber to Quality Matters™ through ITS.Quality Matters™ is recognized worldwide as an inter-institutional peer review process that utilizes a research based set of standards known as the QM Rubric to assess the quality of the design of an online course. There are currently 800 subscribers in 46 states as well as several countries outside the U.S. Research indicates that the QM process and QM Rubric are effective in producing quality online courses.This 8-hour workshop is designed for persons who want to learn about the QM peer review process and how to use the rubric to both design quality courses and assess the quality of current courses. The rubric is designed to provide a rigorous set of standards that can be consistently applied to online course design (not delivery) as part of a commitment to continuous quality improvement.Workshop participants include but are not limited to graduate assistants, faculty, lecturers, staff, and administrators.NOTE: This is a 2-day workshop. You will meet for 3-1/2 hours each day.
Create assignments, tests, surveys, and more using eCampus tools to create graded coursework and measure student knowledge.
This 1 hour, hands on workshop guides you through the process of migrating your eCampus course content from one semester to the next. We will export content from one eCampus course and import it into your current eCampus course.
Work with different types of Grade Center columns, download and upload grades to and from Microsoft Excel spreadsheets, and create grading rules in this training session.
Join this live 2-hour webinar to see demonstrations on how to work with different types of Grade Center columns, download and upload grades to and from Microsoft Excel spreadsheets, and create grading rules in this training session.NOTE: An email reminder will be sent a few days prior to the live event. The email will include pre-setup instructions and the Guest URL for attending the event.
Receive hands-on experience using the learning features and teaching tools available in eCampus from a student and instructor's perspective.
After completing this session, participants will be able to:
Join this live 1-hour webinar to see demonstrations and learn how to use the basic learning features and teaching tools available in eCampus.
NOTE: An email reminder will be sent a few days prior to the live event. The email will include pre-setup instructions and the Guest URL for attending the event.
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