The 3 Rs of QM: Reading, Research &

The 3 Rs of QM: Reading, Research &

The 3 Rs of QM: Reading, Research & Rubrics Reading, Research, Rubrics 2016 MarylandOnline, Inc. Dave Meabon & Wade Lee 2016 MarylandOnline, Inc. The 3Rs of QM: Reading, Research & Rubrics 2016 MarylandOnline, Inc. QM Standards 2016 MarylandOnline, Inc. The 3Rs of QM: Reading, Research & Rubrics 5 Ed th . 2/22/17 2016 MarylandOnline, Inc. The 3Rs of QM: Reading, Research & Rubrics Validating QM Standards: Rubric Review Process Research & Analysis Broad Literature Review QM Research Review User Surveys & Feedback Course Review Data Analysis Literature Review https://www.qualitymatters.org/research Rubric Committee Selection Nomination Letters & Application

Criteria: Experienced users, broadly representative Legacy Committee Adhoc "Special Topic" Committees Professional Development (PD) Revise Entire PD Curriculum Prepare Facilitators Create Rubric Update Workshop Create Other New PD as Needed Review Process Revise Review Management System Revise Course Worksheets Revise Review Policies as Needed Communication Update all Online Information Ensure all QM Role Holders are Updated Publish New Workbooks and Rubric-Related Documents 2016 MarylandOnline, Inc. The 3Rs of QM: Reading, Research & Rubrics Higher Education Process Ass l se is Law tan

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Kayy Shattuck, A o L Manager of Research & ib ssuof rResearch 3 Docto Director fo and Research Analysis raSupportr,aEndNote, Library Development ral Stud ria n r ent n ce 2016 MarylandOnline, Inc. QM Annotated Bibliography Project Team Standard Team Assignments and Contact Information The Team No.1 Course Overview and Introduction No.2 Learning Objectives Rachel Barnes 419-530-2332 [email protected] Shannon Neumann 419-530-1234 [email protected] Phoebe Ballard Phone: 419-530-4379 [email protected] No.3 In

Collaboration with Assessment and Measurement Dr. Mingli Xiao 419-530-4390 Email: [email protected] Shujuan Wang 419-530-8835 [email protected] No.4 No.5 Instructional Materials Dr. Dave Meabon Phone: 419-530-2666 UT Email: [email protected] Learner Activity and Learner Interaction Silvia Lucaschi-Decker Phone: 614-421-8007 (cell) UT email - [email protected] Dr. Silvia Suh Phone: 419-530-4016 [email protected] No.6 Course Technology No.7 Learner Support No.8 Accessibility and Usability Dr. Jeff Jablonski Phone: 419.530.4079 UT Email: [email protected] Dr.Claire Stuve

Phone: 419-530-4383 [email protected] Kirsten Winek Phone: 419-530-4712 Email: [email protected] Dr. Lei Song Phone: 419-530-2149 UT Email: [email protected] Assigned to Each Standard Library Support Wade Lee 419.530.4490 [email protected] Higher Education Process Ass l se is Law tan us R Car t Dire r o HIE eer S ctor or ter f nal t -D erv of c n o ip ber e i ic ices o t r ice e n c i

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Rachel Barnes 419-530-2332 [email protected] Shannon Neumann 419-530-1234 [email protected] Phoebe Ballard Phone: 419-530-4379 [email protected] No.3 Assessment and Measurement Dr. Mingli Xiao 419-530-4390 Email: [email protected] Shujuan Wang 419-530-8835 [email protected] No.4 Instructional Materials Dr. Dave Meabon Phone: 419-530-2666 UT Email: [email protected] No.5 Learner Activity and Learner Interaction Silvia Lucaschi-Decker Phone: 614-421-8007 (cell) UT email - [email protected].edu Dr. Silvia Suh Phone: 419-530-4016 [email protected] No.6 Course Technology No.7

Learner Support No.8 Accessibility and Usability Dr. Jeff Jablonski Phone: 419.530.4079 UT Email: [email protected] Dr.Claire Stuve Phone: 419-530-4383 [email protected] Kirsten Winek Phone: 419-530-4712 Email: [email protected] Dr. Lei Song Phone: 419-530-2149 UT Email: [email protected] Assigned to Each Standard Library Support Wade Lee 419.530.4490 [email protected] Overview of Team Review Process Designed by Jessica Kaufman, Cochrane Consumers & Communication Review Group, Centre for Health Communication & Participation, La Trobe University, 2011 1. Identify research areas, inclusion & exclusion criteria 2. Design & Conduct search of literature 3. Initial sifting by Title & Abstract 4. Obtain Full Text & re-assess 5. Annotate & Format for

inclusion in QM Research Library 2016 MarylandOnline, Inc. The 3Rs of QM: Reading, Research & Rubrics Search Strategies Employed ProQuest Dissertations & Theses A&I Database Search: all("computer assisted instruction" OR "web-based instruction" OR "online courses" OR "online education" OR "online learning" OR "online teaching" OR "e-learning" OR "elearning" OR "electronic learning" OR "learning management systems" OR "course management systems" OR "courseware" OR "Blended learning" OR "distance learning" OR "distance education" OR "virtual classrooms" OR " internet in education" OR "mobile communication systems in education" OR " computers in education") AND all((instruction* n/3 design* OR course* n/3 design*)) Additional limits - Date: After December 31 2012 Note: n/3 means within three words of EBSCO Search: ERIC, Academic Search Complete, Education Full Text, Education Research Complete, Professional Development Collection, Psychology and Behavioral Sciences Collection, PsycINFO Search: (instruction* design* OR course design*) AND ("computer assisted instruction" OR "web-based instruction" OR "online courses" OR "online education" OR "online learning" OR "online teaching" OR "elearning" OR "elearning" OR "electronic learning" OR "learning management systems" OR "course management systems" OR "courseware" OR "Blended learning" OR "distance learning" OR "distance education" OR "virtual classrooms" OR " internet in education" OR "mobile communication systems in education" OR " computers in education") NOT TI Proceedings Limits: Publication Type: Articles, Dissertations, Reports, Years: 2013-2016 2016 MarylandOnline, Inc. The 3Rs of QM: Reading, Research & Rubrics Results of Search by Database Database Name Education Research Complete ERIC Academic Search Complete Education Full Text (H.W. Wilson) PsycINFO Professional Development Collection Psychology and Behavioral Sciences Collection ProQuest Dissertations & Theses A&I Platform EBSCOhost EBSCOhost EBSCOhost EBSCOhost

EBSCOhost EBSCOhost EBSCOhost ProQuest Total Total after removing duplicate items # of Results 484 378 319 237 192 164 25 401 2200 1232 2016 MarylandOnline, Inc. The 3Rs of QM: Reading, Research & Rubrics EndNote Sifting Shared Library used by Team Content Experts Sort by Standards based on Title/Abstract can apply to multiple Identify New NewTrends Trends Exclusions (Not Applicable) 2016 MarylandOnline, Inc. The 3Rs of QM: Reading, Research & Rubrics Full Text Assessment Full text of articles obtained By Librarian using subscriptions & interlibrary loan For all articles sorted to Rubric Standard or Trends Attached to EndNote record Second round of assessment by content experts Read full text or 24-page previews (for theses) Rate 1-5 stars for importance/strength Write annotations or research notes 2016 MarylandOnline, Inc.

The 3Rs of QM: Reading, Research & Rubrics Final Clean Up Transferred to Google Sheets Matched template from QM Research Library Accessible to QM staff for preliminary review Author abstracts or reviewers annotations used as description 3, 4, 5 star rated items included in final report 2016 MarylandOnline, Inc. The 3Rs of QM: Reading, Research & Rubrics Bibliometrics All Citations Identified (n=752 articles) After Final Screening (n=98 articles) International Review of Research in Open & Distance Learning (23) Computers & Education (22) Journal of Online Learning & Teaching (18) International Journal on E-Learning (17) British Journal of Educational Technology (15) American Journal of Distance Education (13) Quarterly Review of Distance Education (13) Journal of Applied Learning Technology (12) Interactive Learning Environments (11) TechTrends: Linking Research & Practice to Improve Learning (11) Computers & Education (4) American Journal of Distance Education (4) British Journal of Educational Technology (3) International Review of Research in Open & Distance Learning (3) Quarterly Review of Distance Education (3) Turkish Online Journal of Distance Education (TOJDE) (3) 2016 MarylandOnline, Inc. The 3Rs of QM: Reading, Research & Rubrics Of Interest

Greer, K., Hess, A., & Kraemer. (2016).The librarian leading the machine: Reassessment of library instruction methods. College & Research Libraries,. 77(3), 286-301. [Student outcomes, faculty outcomes, online instruction, empirical study, implications for practice] Is the Computer Mightier than the Librarian? Leahy, S. (2015). Faculty and perceptions of video in higher education online courses. Unpublished doctoral dissertation. Michigan State University, East Lasing , MI. [100 faculty online classes, our types of video: instructor-created, third party, student-created, and synchronous video.] 2016 MarylandOnline, Inc. The 3Rs of QM: Reading, Research & Rubrics Flipped Classroom The Times They Are A-Changin Mobile Technology Observations Accessibility Social Media as Learning Tool Single Institution Health Science &Medical Research Few Multi-institutional Outcomes Based International Qualitative Studies Fewer Quantitative Studies Language of the Online Research 2016 MarylandOnline, Inc.

The 3Rs of QM: Reading, Research & Rubrics SI = Situational Interest PU = Perceived Utility TAM=Technology Acceptance Model Odel=Open-Ended Distance e-Learning MOO=SOC/Ps Scalable online Courses or Programs OTT = Online Task Thinking DEET=Distance Education Elaboration Theory CFHT= Cognitive Flexibility Hypertext Theory VWE-SE = Virtual World Environment Self Efficacy GCD = Guided collaborative discussion DC = Dynamic Cueing MSLQ =Motivated Strategies for Learning Questionnaire 2016 MarylandOnline, Inc. The 3Rs of QM: Reading, Research & Rubrics THANKS 2016 MarylandOnline, Inc. The 3Rs of QM: Reading, Research & Rubrics 2016 MarylandOnline, Inc. The 3Rs of QM: Reading, Research & Rubrics

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