#QMConnect With Session Recordings

Several CANeLearn members are involved with Quality Matters. These conference recordings may be of interest and use to folks involved with quality online course content design.

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Eleven featured sessions from QM Connect 2017 are now available on the QM YouTube channel. Highlights include:

And don’t forget to build on what you learned from QM Connect! Take advantage of these opportunities:

  1. National Distance Learning Week 2017 — Find out how to make your course accessible for all learners during three highly interactive and engaging one-hour workshops. We’ll examine how to make Word documentsPDFs and videos accessible.
  2. Course Design Reviews — Examine your course through the eyes of your learners. Choose from a variety of review options to evaluate the design of your online or blended course and ensure it meets QM Standards and the expectations of your learners.
  3. QM Success Stories — Join faculty from Portland Community College to explore the innovative way they use QM’s Improving Your Online Course (IYOC) workshop. FREE for QM Members, this webinar begins at 3:00 p.m. ET on October 18.
QM Connect Pathways to Excellence introductory screen
Thank you to all who participated in the live webcasting for QM Connect 2017!
View the eleven session webcasts from QM Connect 2017 on the QM YouTube channel.

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If you attended any of the session webcasts, help the QM Community with your feedback by completing a short survey!
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Stay up-to-date on QM Conferences for 2018. Up first, the QM Eastern Regional Conference in Towson, Maryland, March 22 & 23. Then, we’ll be in Denver, Colorado, April 12 & 13, for the Mountain Regional Conference. Finally, we wrap up the year with QM Connect in St. Louis, Missouri, October 31 to November 3.
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