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Brett Christie's Personal Meeting Room - Shared screen with speaker view
Ashley Skylar
19:30
13 qm affiliates:)
David Rowe
21:04
can you advance the slides
Jane Sim
21:40
We don’t see the full screen
Jane Sim
21:45
perfect
Ashley Skylar
23:38
149:) certified and able to review
Ashley Skylar
25:44
Christine Dowbroski HSU obtained HSU cert. and CSU QLT cert and found it valuable to have both levels of review
Ashley Skylar
28:31
QA Lead submits the application not the instructor
Jane Sim
28:41
Is this webinar the information webinar listed under solicitation?
Ashley Skylar
29:15
we will update the slides and recording on the website following the webinar
Ashley Skylar
30:45
QLT review we use survey gizmo forms
Brett Christie
31:49
Continue your questions please and I will address in chat or when we pause in a bit to hear from YOU.
Brett Christie
32:36
Informal self-review QLT instrument in SurveyGizmo @ http://tiny.cc/csu-informal-review
Brett Christie
34:19
We know snapshot is not readable…doc is available @ http://tiny.cc/qa-csu-10
Mark Rodriguez
35:51
Can you share any good research literature demonstrating QA like QLT or QM and student or instructor successes which could include a number of different types of success.
Brett Christie
38:51
The campus of the course being reviewed pays for the process, almost always through QA funds we have awarded to them toward this process/outcome.
Brett Christie
39:11
@Mark: Let’s discuss in just a bit, thanks!
Brett Christie
40:22
Cloned course without student data
marshaorr
41:59
Payment varies by campus. Recommend that you check this early. Our process recently changed causing a delay.
marshaorr
47:00
For the campus, informal review, your campus may or may not have certified Peer Reviewers. If they are not certified or have never done an actual review post certification, the QA Lead may need to more closely review the essential standards. especially measurable objectives as they can be a review stopper (learned this the hard way).
Brett Christie
47:34
@Marsha: Good point/advice!
Brett Christie
48:06
http://tiny.cc/qa-reviewers
Mark Rodriguez
49:27
What do we do to make sure everyone is on the list of reviewers if they should be on the list?
Brett Christie
51:09
It’s a brief application
Ashley Skylar
52:47
http://tiny.cc/qa-training-sheets
Mark Rodriguez
52:58
Thanks Brett and Ashley!
Ashley Skylar
57:13
http://tiny.cc/qa-student-print-survey; currently have 504 student completions of the survey thus far; instructors are solicited near the end of each term to have students fill out and following grades submitted instructors are sent a compiled spreadsheet of the results
David Rowe
57:30
Can you email us a definitive list of data elements you need for SQuAIR?
Ashley Skylar
57:56
instructors who have a QLT/QM certified course or are in process of obtaining QLT/QM certification
David Rowe
01:01:21
THis is great stuff. I have to run across campus for another meeting. See you on 10/9
marshaorr
01:01:56
Sinjini Mitra is our Faculty Research Associate. I believe that she has some preliminary data showing a positive trend --definite for student satisfaction.
Mark Rodriguez
01:02:11
Are there other similar efforts anywhere?
Ashley Skylar
01:02:14
sample SQUAIR questions and Data Sources from previous pilots: https://docs.google.com/document/d/18OLQCJANRTg1C3CH95gbkKB7nubYEVcEmLwxPulTS48/edit?usp=sharing
Ashley Skylar
01:03:46
testimonials
CSUCI - Megan Eberhardt
01:04:18
Can you point me to a link to the student survey you are using?
Ashley Skylar
01:05:35
This is the survey that is “student - centered perception items” and aligned with the QLT core /QM objectives: http://tiny.cc/qa-student-print-survey
Mark Rodriguez
01:05:36
Thank you
CSUCI - Megan Eberhardt
01:05:56
Thanks @ Ashley
Ashley Skylar
01:06:44
we have the survey in “survey-gizmo” and also provide the QA Leads with the compiled data for their reports