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ETUG Fall 2013 Workshop: The envelope please
ETUG Fall 2013 Workshop: The envelope please
ETUG Fall 2013 Workshop: The envelope please
ETUG Fall 2013 Workshop: The envelope please
ETUG Fall 2013 Workshop: The envelope please
ETUG Fall 2013 Workshop: The envelope please
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ETUG Fall 2013 Workshop: The envelope please

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Presentation by Ross McKerlich for ETUG fall workshop 2013.

Presentation by Ross McKerlich for ETUG fall workshop 2013.

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  • We had 5 entries, 3 from the same department
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    • 1. The Envelope Please…… Lessons from Okanagan College’s first Online Learning Quality Awards
    • 2. Why? • To aid in the implementation of quality culture as it pertains to online courses. • To engage faculty. • To highlight and reward faculty that are using the LMS well.
    • 3. How? • Clear quality standards and ensure the standards are easy to access and easy to follow. • Seek 3 peer reviewers and make it easy for them to review. Give them adequate time. • Brand the quality awards and promote internally. • Present to faculty and include the winner in the presentation. • Reward the winner with a decent prize.
    • 4. So What? • Lesson: In your first year don't worry about the number of entries; just get it going. • Impact: at faculty presentation I had 5 times more attendees than a typical workshop. They all learned about what makes a good quality course. • Impact: Winner is regarded as a peer expert in the LMS. • Impact: engagement happens - faculty talk about "next year's awards“.
    • 5. Links • Winning Course • Quality Tool
    • 6. Questions?

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