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Brett Christie's Personal Meeting Room - Shared screen with speaker view
Casey Goeller
11:54
I am a new co-coordinator for Quality Assurance here at Long Beach.
Deb Perry
11:55
Hi everyone, I’m Deb Perry from SF State and I am the new QLT coordinator for our campus, taking the baton from Kenji Ikemoto. I’m delighted to be here!
Deb Perry
12:26
I’m actually a co-coordinator as well, with Maggie Beers and Brian Beatty.
Ashley Skylar
12:41
Welcome Deb from SFSU:)
Mihaela Popescu
12:57
Hello everyone, I am Mihaela Popescu from CSU San Bernardino. I’ve been a QA Lead for 3 years. I am also the Faculty Director of Academic Technologies & Innovation on my campus. I am happy to be here - this is a fantastic group
Shelli Wynants
13:03
Hi, I'm Shelli Wynants from Cal State Fullerton. CSUF has been QM focused for a while, but the intiative has been moved to my department, and I'm excited to help grow our QM network. I have 2 great faculty leads to work with, and I have been certified as a QM peer reviewer and had one of my online courses QM certified. Excited to be part of this community group.
Deb Perry
13:10
Thanks Ashley, it’s great to see you and Brett “in person” after all the emails...
Ashley Skylar
13:14
Welcome Casey!!! You are committed joining us on your sabbatical:)
Ashley Skylar
13:59
Welcome Shelli! great to have you join our QA group:) It’s rich with sharing and collaboration
Ashley Skylar
14:35
Welcome Megan from CI!!
Chiara Ferrari
18:21
Welcome to all the new QA leads and nice to see everyone else as well! I am the QA lead from Chico State and this is my 4 year.
Brett Christie
20:33
Appreciate all the chat introductions!
Casey Goeller
21:18
Kevin, this is Casey from Long Beach. I was wondering if you would send me your contact information so that we can discuss QM.
Ashley Skylar
23:11
kevin.kaatz@csueastbay.edu
Brett Christie
23:11
3.1 now seems more student-oriented in wording, which is always a good thing.
Brett Christie
25:04
Timely is so critical. Can be hard to define, other than “before it’s too late” to inform/assist the student
Ashley Skylar
25:36
Welcome Francine (LB), Kathy (Maritime) and Jennifer (SJSU)!!
Megan Eberhardt-Alstot CSUCI
25:40
How are defining you defining timely? When should feedback occur - before or with grading?
Megan Eberhardt-Alstot CSUCI
26:05
Ugh - type - how are you defining timely?
Brett Christie
27:05
“Timely” can depend on the number of students, extent/format of the material being graded, etc.
Megan Eberhardt-Alstot CSUCI
27:57
We are discussing ‘when’ feedback needs to happen - the research points to ‘before summative grading’.
Ashley Skylar
28:22
Great to include a definition for tool
Deb Perry
28:28
Yes, I’m interested! I just had a conversation with a faculty member yesterday about what a tool is (for QLT 6.2)!
Ashley Skylar
31:39
Timely feedback 3.5- feedback may come directly from instructor, assignments and assessments that have feedback built into them or from peers; turnaround time for feedback
Chiara Ferrari
31:43
This discussion is interesting because we are dealing with similar issues of privacy and data in our policy for online education
Megan Eberhardt-Alstot CSUCI
31:50
Was there a reason given for 6.5 being rejected?
Weiming April Qian
31:55
I agree privacy and info security is important
Brett Christie
32:00
I think Kevin just volunteered himself for 7th edition team!!!
Ashley Skylar
32:23
Three cheers for Kevin:) volunteering for 7th ed.
Kathy Arnold, Maritime
32:35
Hahaha!
Weiming April Qian
32:46
more points, yeah!
Deb Perry
33:12
I find in talking with students in ePortfolio workshops that they are very interested in privacy and it’s a topic we always raise for discussion.
Shelli Wynants
33:17
Thanks Kevin for all your time and effort in the updating process!
Brett Christie
33:19
Smartsheet knows, Kevin!!!
Ashley Skylar
33:27
interesting max points is now 100 (perfect). I liked “nothing is perfect” 99 point model
Mihaela Popescu (CSUSB)
33:44
Thank you, Kevin, for all the work!
Megan Eberhardt-Alstot CSUCI
34:49
What is considered feedback - is peer review or tools for self-analysis considered a form of feedback?
Ashley Skylar
35:09
turnaround time (in syllabus) that describes
Megan Eberhardt-Alstot CSUCI
36:10
Also, when is feedback to occur? Meaning before or after final submission?
Shelli Wynants
36:35
The annotation says "feedback may come from the instructor directly, from assignments and assessments that have feedback built into them, or from other learners.
Ashley Skylar
37:04
QM is more focused on course design and not delivery, so not as specific about feedback in the annotation while the course is running
Ashley Skylar
38:01
model papers/essays/sample answers are referenced in the annotation for feedback
Ashley Skylar
38:58
most instructors breakdown feedback into categories in the syllabus- email, projects/papers, quizzes, etc.
Brett Christie
41:03
Thanks, Megan for coming out with that question!
Brett Christie
41:09
Ouch!!
Ashley Skylar
42:39
QLT has a “timely feedback” objective in section 5-delivery with examples, such as announcements throughout the course, posting clarifying questions about topics brought up in forums
Brett Christie
42:49
Appreciate the questions, Megan
Brett Christie
44:44
SQuAIR = Student Quality Assurance Impact Research
Shelli Wynants
45:06
@Megan-I give my online students the COI survey in my QM course because it helps me think about how to improve delivery while QM helps me with design
Deb Perry
45:18
I’d like to learn more abut the COI survey as well.
Brett Christie
45:29
Community of Inquiry (COI) out of Athabasca University. Good stuff!!
Kara Dellacioppa
46:23
I am interesting in the COI survey as well.
Ashley Skylar
46:24
QA student survey aligned with QLT core/QM essential - http://tiny.cc/qa-student-print-survey; we have just updated the survey which will be available within the next couple weeks
Kara Dellacioppa
46:30
Thanks Brett
Kim Vincent-Layton - HSU
46:57
CoI: https://coi.athabascau.ca/coi-model/
Megan Eberhardt-Alstot CSUCI
47:10
Thanks Kim!
Kim Vincent-Layton - HSU
47:52
@Megan :-)
Brett Christie
48:33
@Kevin: I know you’ll need to step out soon. THANK YOU for your time and expertise!!!
Kim Vincent-Layton - HSU
48:48
Thank you Kevin!
Ashley Skylar
49:00
Thank you Kevin!! very helpful to learn about the process
Ashley Skylar
49:09
rigorous and very collaborative
Megan Eberhardt-Alstot CSUCI
50:06
Checkout the work of Luke J. Wood for current research on students of color.
Kim Vincent-Layton - HSU
51:53
HSU’s QLT version has elements of inclusivity woven into the objectives (as specific examples). Happy to share. We are going to deepen this over this year.
Megan Eberhardt-Alstot CSUCI
52:17
Look at the work of Jaggars and Xu for students of color and HUG - community college realm but same population as many CSU's
Pamela Kohlbry
52:22
When it is appropriate, I have a question regarding research. Thanks,
Pamela Kohlbry
52:26
Pam
Daniel Soodjinda - CSU Stanislaus
52:29
Great!
Kathy Arnold, Maritime
52:51
Thank you!
Brett Christie
54:38
@Pam: Sorry, just now saw your post. Let’s come to that when I mention SQuAIR in a few minutes.
Ashley Skylar
55:12
http://tiny.cc/qa-reviewers
Brett Christie
55:18
@Kim: YES please re inclusivity annotations! HSU is awesome!!
Shelli Wynants
56:20
@Ashley- can you let QM leads know who on their campus still needs to complete the 6th edition update, so we can do some reaching out too? (not just reviewers) This may be too much work to ask. =P
Deb Perry
57:02
Hi Kim, I second Brett’s keen interest in your inclusivity examples!
Kim Vincent-Layton - HSU
58:08
HSU QLT: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B8qo0BOQzhciNUNxUkJNS1laTkk/view?usp=sharing
Mihaela Popescu (CSUSB)
58:24
Thank you, Kim!
Kim Vincent-Layton - HSU
58:24
We are working to make continuous improvement around equity
Brett Christie
58:30
http://tiny.cc/qlt-qm-matrix
Deb Perry
59:27
Thanks Kim!
Chiara Ferrari
01:01:19
I gotta run to my next meeting, I can email updates if they are needed at this stage. Thank you everyone, and have you all a lovely day!
Brett Christie
01:01:23
http://tiny.cc/qa-training-sheets
Kim Vincent-Layton - HSU
01:01:55
sorry to run out early! thank you!
Shelli Wynants
01:02:33
@ Ashley - CSUF is trying to get a grouping for the October QM training. I will email you when I have an idea of how many so that you could add another section if needed.
Chiara Ferrari
01:02:38
Ashley, one question. I received great feedback about the Q1 course, bur everyone is asking me if the content can be made available after the course is over. Is this something that you plan to consider for the future?
Brett Christie
01:03:17
@Chiari: We’ll talk about doing that. Will check with Cherie Vinopal, who manages the QLT > Canvas courses. Thanks!
Chiara Ferrari
01:03:33
awesome! thanks!
Brett Christie
01:04:18
An email and Outlook has been sent re Sep 28
Brett Christie
01:04:48
http://tiny.cc/qa-csu-10
Ashley Skylar
01:06:57
Shelli- sounds great! Assuming its IYOC that runs Oct. 1-21st? as we still have about 15 seats or so, APPQMR is end Oct. through Mid Nov.
Casey Goeller
01:07:10
Planning to go to St. Louis
Shelli Wynants
01:07:40
OLC extended deadline to Sept 26