UNC System Quality Matters Council Annual Summit

The University of North Carolina System
Quality Matters Program (QM)

UNC System Quality Matters (QM) Council Annual Summit
(Jan 31st, UNC Charlotte Center City)

Welcome! UNC System Quality Matters Council Annual Summit

"Supporting Quality Online Education: Best Practices and Successful Collaborations" 

As the UNC System Quality Matters (QM) Council member institutions continue their commitment to high quality online education in 2020, UNC System members are invited to share best practices in:
  • Applying QM principles in online course design and teaching, 
  • Reports of campus-wide engagement for continuous improvement in student success, and 
  • Discussion of research findings. 

Keynote

Keynote: Steve Kaufman

Stephen E. KaufmanQM Ohio Executive Committee, Chair
Quality Matters Ohio Consortium State Lead

The University of Akron
Senior Instructional Designer
Strategic Initiatives Coordinator
Quality Matters Coordinator / CRM
Design & Development Services

OhioLINK Affordable Learning Ambassador
QM Ohio Shared Resources

State of the QM Council
John Falchi, UNC System Office

Program

  • 17 Concurrent presentations
  • 6 Birds of a feather discussions
  • Network across the state

Participants

UNC System faculty members, administrators, instructional designers/ technologists, QM reviewers and workshop facilitators are invited to attend the Annual Summit and share their experiences and expertise in this state-wide summit. 

Pictures from the Summit are available at https://tinyurl.com/UNCSystem-QMSummit2020-Picture
(Photo Credit: Jules Keith-Le, UNC Charlotte)

Questions

Please contact Enoch Park (Enoch.Park@uncc.edu) and Racheal Brooks (rmbrooks@nccu.edu), co-chairs of UNC System QM Council for questions.

UNC System QM Council Mission

UNC System QM Council promotes the democratization of quality online education that improves student learning outcomes through deliberate inter institutional collaboration and cooperation.
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This summit is hosted by the UNC System QM Council and generously supported by the Center for Teaching and Learning and the Office of Distance Education at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.
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