NEWS: On July 2, Quality Matters released the 6th edition of their Higher Education Rubric.
As CSU campuses choose to offer additional blended and online courses, it is critical to define quality online teaching and learning, as well as to determine how to assess it and make desired improvements. There are many skeptics who question the quality of online teaching and therefore it is necessary to identify how to prepare instructors to effectively teach hybrid or online courses. In commitment to quality, the CSU offers multiples services and resources to faculty and students regarding: Instructional Quality; Universal Design for Learning/Accessibility, and; Academic Integrity.
CSU Quality Assurance efforts are resulting in a significant and growing number of faculty and staff to: become trained in exemplary online practices; become certified reviewers of online courses, and/or; have their fully online courses certified as meeting quality standards.
CSU Quality Assurance Trainings Completed
|Quality Assurance Courses||Number Completed|
|Teaching Effectively Online*||2084|
|Peer Reviewer Certification**||420|
*Teaching Effectively Online includes: “Introduction to Teaching Online Using QLT,” “Teaching Online – Introduction to Online Delivery (QM),” “Applying the QM Rubric,” “Designing your Blended Course (QM),” “Improving your Online Course (QM),” “Designing your Online Course (QM), Standards 2-6 & 8 (QM)”
**Peer Reviewer Certification includes: “Reviewing Courses Using the QLT Instrument,” “Peer Reviewer Certification (QM),” “Master Reviewer Certification (QM)”