See press releases issued by Quality Matters on subjects ranging from the addition of new team members, to partnerships and new initiatives.
View archived recordings from Research Webinars and select QM Research Conference presentations.
Members can access recorded sessions that showcase how fellow QM members are implementing and applying QM. See a listing of all sessions, then view the recording using links in the MyQM Reference Library.
Is higher education losing the public trust? If so, how can we earn it back? At the dawn of 2024, QM’s CEO Dr. Deb Adair looks toward what QM and its members can — and must — do to demonstrate the value of our work and help pave a sustainable path forward.
A look back on 20 years of trailblazing work from Mary Wells, Co-Principal Investigators of the Fund for the Improvement of Postsecondary Education (FIPSE) grant that led to the founding of Quality Matters and co-author of the first QM Rubric.
The QM Higher Education Rubric, Seventh Edition launched in July 2023. We met with a few members who submitted reviews in the initial months after its release to find out about the courses they submitted and hear their first impressions of the Seventh Edition.
See the results from the eighth survey conducted by QM and Eduventures as part of the Changing Landscape of Online Education (CHLOE) project. The eighth installment of a multiyear initiative, the 2023 report covers the continued rise in student demand for online and hybrid learning modalities as well as the steps institutions are taking — and prioritizing — to meet this demand.
In spring 2023, Houston Community Colleges made a major investment in QM professional development, allowing the network to focus deeply on learner success — fortifying its enrollment and retention efforts in the process.
Accessibility is one of the most important elements in quality online education. Looking for ways to get started or get better with accessibility? Learn more about the Guide to Digital Accessibility, the book that provides a roadmap for policies, practices and professional development to help you ensure that your courses are working for all of the learners you serve.
Given the ever-growing footprint of digital learning in education, how can we as educators ensure that we are ready to meet the moment? Executive Director Deb Adair explores these questions in this letter to the QM Community.