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QLT Rubric

 
 
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, which is the abbrevated 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 >>
 
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

Link to CSU​ ​Quality​ ​Learning​ ​and​ ​Teaching​ ​(QLT) Evaluation​ ​Instrument​ ​Sections​ ​and​ ​Objectives >>

 

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