4 thoughts on “Quality and Online Learning”

  1. Thanks for posting these. I’m familiar with QM and Monterey Institute’s but not NACOL.

    The timing of your post has synchronicity for me; at UVU we have our own rubric that aims at measuring some aspects of quality and values heavily faculty-authored content, and John K. and I were just talking about revamping it this week. We had a conference call with Jean Runyon of QM today which left me reinvigorated to the ideal of developing useful and effective standards for evaluating quality e-learning.

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