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QM Facilitated Workshops

North Carolina Central University, through our statewide subscription as a constituent member of the University of North Carolina System, encourages faculty to participate in professional development workshops offered by the Quality Matters Program.

Professional Development Workshops

The Quality Matters Program offers the following workshops with no prerequisites to aid anyone interested in enhancing their online course design and online instructional practices.

  • Applying the QM Rubric (APPQMR)
  • Designing Your Online Course (DYOC)
  • Designing Your Blended Course (DYBC)
  • Improving Your Online Course (IYOC)
  • Teaching Online-An Introduction to Online Delivery (TOL)
  • Design That Welcomes Your Learners (ST1/7)
  • Connecting Learning Objectives and Assessments (ST2/3)
  • Using Instructional Materials and Technology to Promote Learner Engagement (ST4/5/6)
  • Addressing Accessibility and Usability (ST8)

Quality Matters Certifications

The Quality Matters Program also offers online certifications through rigorous trainings. Please note that QM online certification courses are time intensive and lead to the acquisition of various roles within the QM Program.

  • Peer Reviewer Course (PRC)
  • Master Reviewer Certification (MRC)
  • Course Review Manager Certification (CRMC)
  • Online Facilitator Certification (OFC)
  • Face-to-Face Facilitator Certification (FFC)
  • IYOC Face-to-Face Facilitator Certification (IFFC)
  • IYOC Online Facilitator Certification (IOFC)
  • Continuing and Professional Education Accelerated Peer Reviewer Course (CPE)
  • K-12 Accelerated Reviewer Course for Higher Ed (K-12 RC ACCELLFY14)
  • Click the link below to request participation in a QM Hosted Workshop

QM Facilitated Workshop Registration Request

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