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In general, a rubric is a tool used to evaluate documents, performances, etc.  A rubric is also a useful tool for communicating expectations. The QLT (P-23) rubric (.docx file), which is the abbreviated version of the CSU QLT Rubic, is designed to help faculty evaluate their online courses and to implement changes to facilitate learning. Faculty can complete self-evaluations or request peer-evaluations. View QLT (P-23) rubric (.docx file) >>

The QLT rubric addresses 10 areas of importance for online courses including:

  • Course Overview and Introduction
  • Assessment of Student Learning
  • Instructional Materials and Resources Utilized
  • Student Interaction and Community
  • Facilitation and Instruction
  • Technology for Teaching and Learning
  • Learner Support and Resources
  • Accessibility and Universal Design
  • Course Summary and Wrap-up
  • Mobile Platform Readiness