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2021 Virtual Events

Meeting the needs of diverse learners and delivering on your online promise means staying connected with the QM community on a variety of topics. Our line-up of virtual events has you covered — from research to best practices to conversations on the big picture of quality. Check back for more details as they become available.  

QM Research Online Conference

February 9, 2021 — 1:00 - 4:30 p.m. ET

Registration for this event has filled! Please email us with your full name and institution if you would like to receive recording links.

April 8, 2021 — Workshops
April 9, 2021 — Session Presentations

June 30, 2021

Q-Up for K-12 Digital Quality

October 15, 2021


A Conversation on Quality and Equity at Scale

Attracting and retaining students through high quality, equitable and inclusive digital education is top of mind for higher education leaders today. The inaugural Presidents Summit on Leading Quality is an invitation-only event for senior institutional leaders concerned about the resource decisions and effective implementation required to ensure their campuses are providing inclusive and equitable access to education — regardless of learning modality — in ways that attract, engage and retain learners.

Academic leaders from across the U.S. higher education spectrum, along with online education experts, will be invited to attend and lead discussions at this half-day event focused on quality as a strategic lever for change.

Tap Into the QM Higher Ed. Community

Take your online teaching and course design to the next level by participating in the Quality in Action conference for higher education. The curated selection of sessions coupled with workshops that provide hands-on, practical experience will put you on a path to designing and teaching learner-centric courses that support learner success.

Session presenters and workshop facilitators will address topics that are central to creating and teaching quality courses with the QM Standards in mind. Aligning course components, addressing accessibility, engaging learners, and more will be covered as the community shares ideas for expediting the design process — and teaching quality courses — without sacrificing quality.

Session information coming soon!
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“Although we miss the face to face time with our colleagues, we are learning so much in today's virtual Quality Matters West Regional Conference.”
Alderson Broaddus Online Learning
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“From being a presenter to attending the sessions, I took something away from every moment! Lots of new things to try in my classroom online!”
Karen May
New Mexico State University - Alamogordo