Implementing QM in Our Institution – What Worked for Us
Like many institutions, Arizona State University was not sure what to do next after subscribing to QM. This session will examine the journey that included developing a course shell template and syllabus template, achieving buy-in from both faculty and administrators, forming a faculty community around QM, and starting a formal peer review process. Join the presenters as they outline their process and highlight some of the roadblocks others may encounter when implementing QM at their institutions.
Steven Crawford, Arizona State University
Courtney Sanders, Arizona State University
Steven has worked in higher education for over fifteen years in a variety of roles. Currently he is the Project Manager for Instructional Design at E3: Evaluation & Educational Excellence within Educational Support Services at ASU Health Solutions. In this role, he oversees the multimedia, instructional, and communication services support group for classroom, blended, and online learning.
In addition, he is the Institutional Representative for Arizona State University to Quality Matters and is a Certified Peer Reviewer and licensed QM Trainer. He holds a Master of Science in Secondary Education with an emphasis in Instructional Design and Technology.