The CTL Presents: FREE Quality Matters Webcasts and Viewing Party

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The CTL is happy to announce that Quality Matters is making several sessions from their annual Connect Conference available for FREE via. webcast! We will also host a viewing party for the plenary keynote speaker. Please see full details below!

From Quality Matters:

Several featured sessions will be available for FREE via webcasting during the QM Connect Conference September 25-26.

Use your MyQM account (or simply create one during registration) to register for one or all of the FREE live streaming presentations.

All sessions will be:

Online, synchronous (using Zoom Webinar) and moderated

Supported on mobile devices

Live captioned using Streamtext

Limited to 500 participants”

See the list of available sessions and register today!

 

BONUS OPPORTUNITY: Viewing Party!

The CTL will also host a viewing party for Karen Vignare’s plenary keynote address, “Pushing Boundaries: Are you Flexible Enough to Personalize?”

When: Tuesday, Sept. 26 from 9:45-11:00am

Where: OGC 2347 (The FLEX)

What: Just show up! Note: If you would like to attend the viewing party, there is no need to complete an individual registration for Ms. Vignare’s particular session.

Free Quality Matters Webinar

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The CTL is happy to announce a free Quality Matters webinar on Thursday, September 14 from 1-3pm. This latest installment in the QM Success Stories series will focus on course maps.

From Quality Matters:

“Join Natasha Lindsey from the University of North Alabama as she shares the important role course maps can play in course design. September 14, 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. Eastern! Often, faculty are unfamiliar with instructional design principles and at the same time instructional designers are unfamiliar with course subject matter. As for the students, their question is, “Why am I doing this?” This session will discuss using course maps to help faculty and designers work together to conceptualize goals for instruction, to help students understand the purpose of course goals and instructional materials, and to design instruction that satisfies QM alignment standards (2.1, 2.2, 3.1, 4.1, 5.1, and 6.1).”

To register, click the following link: QM Success Stories