Abstract: Most universities continue to expand their online course offerings because there is strong demand for such educational opportunities. However, the quality of instruction for online courses continues to be a concern. The Quality Matters (QM) Program provides a set of standards that can guide the redesign of a course and can be used as a rubric to evaluate a course. This paper show the transition of one course as it was redesigned based on the QM standards. Specific examples of “before” and “after content are shown along with discussion of the changes made and some design issues encountered.
Keywords: Quality Matters Rubric, Online Classes, blended classes, Course Design, information systems education
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Recommended Citation: Kreie, J., Bussmann, S. (2015). Course Redesign Based On the Quality Matters Program: Examples of Before and After. Information Systems Education Journal, 13(6) pp 109-122. http://isedj.org/2015-13/ ISSN: 1545-679X. (A preliminary version appears in The Proceedings of ISECON 2014)