Learn course-design principles in one-day workshop

GRCC Faculty: Join us for a face-to-face Applying the Quality Matters Rubric Training facilitated by Meg Lockard. 

Friday, August 16th, 8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.

351 Finkelstein Hall (formerly the Main Building)

You can complete in one-day what it takes 2 weeks to do online! (With free lunch!)

Description: Is your online/hybrid course design clear to learners and easy to navigate? Do your assessments actually measure your learning outcomes? Are your learning activities designed to promote learner interaction and engagement? If you teach online/hybrid courses and you’re looking to improve your courses for the sake of student access, success, and retention, then this workshop is for you. The APPQMR workshop will introduce you to the nationally-recognized Quality Matters course-design principles, which you can then apply to your own distance courses. Not only will this workshop provide you with concrete steps for course-design improvement but it will also qualify you to take additional workshops through QM, become a QM course reviewer, and even facilitate future workshops here at GRCC or online.

The APPQMR workshop is a 6-hour commitment (lunch provided) that will result in an official QM certification, an improved understanding of the current research regarding course design, and, ultimately, happier and more successful students!

Space is limited! Register today! Contact DLIT at dlit@grcc.edu with any questions.