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Quality Assurance PLC - Shared screen with speaker view
Ashley Skylar
17:30
http://courseredesign.csuprojects.org/wp/qualityassurance/campus-online-learning-policies/
Donya Rahimi
17:33
I am from CPP :)
Catherine Hillman
18:01
I’ll be on video in just a bit!
Chiara Ferrari - Chico State
26:30
attico State we have developed a list of best practices in Online Learning and teaching, mapped around the QLT Core 24 standards: https://www.csuchico.edu/fdev/_assets/documents/best-practices-online-learning-teaching.pdf
Chiara Ferrari - Chico State
26:38
*at Chico State
Kim Vincent-Layton - HSU
26:47
HSU - Summer programming: Pathways for Digitally Enhanced Teaching. Now moving into fall programming development that will include aspects of summer sessions: https://ctl.humboldt.edu/content/pathways-digitally-enhanced-teaching
Mary Bennett Fresno State
26:49
Fresno State: http://www.fresnostate.edu/academics/cfe/training/workshops.html
Chiara Ferrari - Chico State
27:42
based on the Best Practices we also developed a template rubric for online course evaluation: https://www.csuchico.edu/fdev/_assets/documents/rubric-onlinecourseevaluation.pdf
Teggin Summers (she/hers)
28:25
Here are the SF State summer and fall offerings. Our QLT Online Teaching Lab is our new approach to addressing QLT: https://ceetl.sfsu.edu/content/summer-fall-offerings
Catherine Hillman
29:07
Cal Poly SLO - just wrapped up a HUGE training summer, and gearing up for Fall. We’ve got several faculty cohorts going through inclusive online course design, creating accessible course materials, and online pedagogy & instructor presence. We’ve also identified a group of faculty mentors for Fall to help with online course delivery. We created some templates that we launched in Canvas (commons, search for Cal Poly) and all other offerings are at https://ctlt.calpoly.edu/
Kenneth Luna (CSUN)
30:18
https://www.csun.edu/undergraduate-studies/faculty-development
Mark Laumakis, SDSU
32:38
At SDSU, we trained almost 1,000 faculty members to teach online in our Flexible Course Design Summer Institute (https://its.sdsu.edu/covid-19/flex/) via two 3-week sessions delivered in Canvas, to which SDSU is transitioning this academic year. Going forward, here is our QA project focus: In 2020/2021 and in collaboration with World Campus, we plan to transition from QLT to Quality Matters as the foundation for QA efforts with respect to online course design, development, and delivery. We will focus on capacity-building activities that include “training the trainers” on Quality Matters, Canvas course design, and the utilization of the LMS’s communication and student performance analytics to help meet GI 2025 goals. We will target a cohort of 10-15 faculty members to complete the following QM training courses: (1) Applying the Quality Matters Rubric (APPQMR) course and (2) Improving Your Online Course (IYOC).
Shelli Wynants
32:49
• CSUF had approximately 1,500 faculty complete at least one (some two) quality assurance programs this summer (QLT, QM, ACUE, or our CSUF remote teaching program)• This Fall, we offerin a CSUF cohort APPQMR, another CSUF remote teaching session, and a webinar series on Online Best Practices, in addition to other virtual workshops on specific topics (e.g., engagement strategies in synchronous sessions, using Flipgrid in Canvas)
Bradford Owen, CSUSB
33:02
Cal State San Bernardino: With help of Ashley and Shaidy, 233 faculty completed the Q1 QLT course in our own custom sections in summer 2020; another 162 successfully completed in 14 different FLCs; and 68 faculty successfully completed the ACUE course “PromotingActive Learning Online,” offered through the Office of the Chancellor. We are planning to offer two more of our own sections of the Q1 course this fall for another 60 faculty, and will be offering workshops in various aspects of virtual teaching.
Teggin Summers (she/hers)
35:16
At SF State we have 1,297 faculty enrolled in our QLT Online Teaching Lab and 550 have completed the Lab requirements, which is a 43% completion rate. In terms of the rest of our programming, we had over 1,000 faculty complete our summer/on track to complete fall programming, with 793 *unique* faculty members, which is a 46% reach across our campus.
Khaoi Mady - Maritime
36:02
Maritime - completion of summer workshops, QLT Introduction to Teaching Online and ACUE Promoting Active Learning in Online Environment, and offering ACUE Creating an Inclusive and Supportive Online Learning Environment; Started a FLC for virtual/remote teaching best practices; Call for faculty mentors for virtual/remote teaching, self-paced online teaching best practices LMS course
Kenneth Luna (CSUN)
36:59
Faculty Development provided professional support to support faculty teaching online in two flagship programs (Get Up to Speed with Online Teaching; eLearning Institute) which resulted in over ​500 enrollments.​ 1) Get Up to Speed provided faculty with ​basic exposure and knowledge​ of online teaching. 2) The eLearning Institute encouraged faculty to ​apply best practices in a real Fall course ​using QLT and then get their course reviewed by a trained faculty peer reviewer.
Teggin Summers (she/hers)
37:01
Here is a link to an online course peer review prompt that we developed for faculty to (optionally) use as part of our Online Teaching Squares: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1UGJKtVs5KzW6aHif4NiSSJjLY5KotmSwpbyxAdFKK_M/edit?usp=sharing
Mary Bennett Fresno State
39:06
Fresno State offered a Summer Virtual Institute and Foundations of Virtual Instruction as well as the Q1 and Q2 courses with a total of 778 faculty completing in June, July, and August
Chiara Ferrari - Chico State
41:31
based on the Best Practices we also developed a template rubric for online course evaluation: https://www.csuchico.edu/fdev/_assets/documents/rubric-onlinecourseevaluation.pdf
cynthia melendrez
44:18
Bye everyone and thank you
Michelle Dang (Sac State)
45:52
Sac State’s Teach ON!-Line Summer Camphttps://www.csus.edu/academic-affairs/center-teaching-learning/teach-on-summer-camp.html
CPP - April Dawn
48:21
eLearning and the Faculty Center for Professional Development merged into one – Center for the Advancement of Faculty Excellence (CAFE), we continue to be under Faculty Affairs. At Cal Poly Pomona we had nearly 1300 faculty complete the Summer Institute on Course Design for an Online Inclusive Polytechnic Education. There were (3) options: QA through the Chancellor’s Office, Association of College and University Educators ACUE, and (3) sections of CAFE’s own Remote Course Design with28 Faculty Facilitators. 36 of our faculty went through our annual Engaging the Digital Student Summer Institute (EDSI) – delivered as a 4 week online experience with Margery Ginsberg, author of Enhancing Adult Motivation to Learn. Our team redesigned our website to reflect our new CAFE identity https://www.cpp.edu/cafe/. We are re-introducing eLearning Accessibility Champions (EACH) as Champions for Accessibility and Inclusivity (CHAI). We have our 1st QM Certified Course at CPP!
Chiara Ferrari - Chico State
49:37
in Chico we had a Go Virtual Summer institutes serving approx 350 faculty. faculty attended a 5 day synchronous training and worked with faculty mentors (approx. 15-20 faculty per each mentor).
CPP - April Dawn
53:16
At Cal Poly Pomona we also developed a new Blackboard Instructor eOrientation, an asynchronous introduction to Bb for CPP instructors. We have turned on Bb Ally for ALL courses beginning fall semester, and we revisited our Blackboard Quality Matters (QM) template.
Mark Laumakis, SDSU
54:19
https://its.sdsu.edu/covid-19/flex/
Kenneth Luna (CSUN)
59:48
Faculty Development provided professional support to support faculty teaching online in two flagship programs (Get Up to Speed with Online Teaching; eLearning Institute) which resulted in over ​500 enrollments.​ 1) Get Up to Speed provided faculty with ​basic exposure and knowledge​ of online teaching. 2) The eLearning Institute encouraged faculty to ​apply best practices in a real Fall course ​using QLT and then get their course reviewed by a trained faculty peer reviewer.
Bradford Owen, CSUSB
01:02:51
Suggestion with future topics: Relationships and integration/knowledge sharing with/among us, directors/departments of academic technology and directors/departments of teaching and learning. Especially in context of all-virtual pandemic conditions, risks of unnecessary/artificial organizational silos and a lack of communication/sharing of ideas, synthesis of knowledge, and development of programs.
Mark Laumakis, SDSU
01:11:41
http://courseredesign.csuprojects.org/wp/qualityassurance/campus-online-learning-policies/
Ashley Skylar
01:13:57
https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1AOZAYXR_NAUbxVmM6lPpxXHRmoy9Quv4seFPgWTXlnQ/edit?usp=sharing
Mary Bennett Fresno State
01:14:17
Thanks, Ashley! Running to another meeting ; )
Roger Wen - CSUEB
01:14:18
Thank you for managing the QA program Ashley~
Shelli Wynants
01:14:29
Thanks.
Kenneth Luna
01:14:34
Thanks!
Mark Laumakis, SDSU
01:14:34
Thank you, Ashley. Have a good trip1 :)
Kim Vincent-Layton - HSU
01:14:39
Thanks!
Crystal Sims
01:14:42
thanks bye!
Kathy Arnold
01:14:43
Thanks!