Seeking Applications for DELTA’s Course Quality Program

Course Quality Program Director Bethanne Tobey leads an Online Course Improvement Program meeting. Group is around tables and Bethanne is writing on a white board.

Course Quality Program Director Bethanne Tobey leads an Online Course Improvement Program meeting.

DELTA’s Course Quality Program is now accepting applications for its spring programming. The application system is open Nov. 1-8. 

Check out the following opportunities and find which program is right for you.

Quality Matters Essential Standards Program (QMESP)

QMESP is a professional development opportunity for faculty who currently teach online who seek to build new knowledge and skills in pursuit of improving one of their online courses. The program model is individually focused; participants attend workshops and course quality consultations to help them design a course that meets the essential standards of the research-based and education driven Quality Matters Rubric for Higher Education.

Please read through the QMESP Information Sheet before submitting an application. 

Application for Quality Matters Essential Standards Program 

Online Course Improvement Program (OCIP)

OCIP is a rigorous professional development program based on Quality Matters and requires a significant time commitment. The program will run from January – May 2020. Successful completion in OCIP culminates in an official Quality Matters Peer Review and certification of your online or blended course. NC State now has 16 certified Quality Matters courses that meet the highest standard for online course quality and design.

Please read through the OCIP Information Sheet before submitting an application. 

Application for Online Course Improvement Program

The deadline for all applications is the end of business day Nov. 8, 2019.

Email questions to Bethanne Tobey at bwtobey@ncsu.edu.