Quality Matters course reviews are designed for mature courses that have been taught previously and/or for courses that are fully developed online (including blended formats).
In order to meet Quality Matters review expectations using the Fifth Edition, 2014 QM Rubric, a course must meet each of the 21 essential standards. In addition, the course must receive a minimum of 84 (out of 99) points.
Courses that successfully meet QM standards are eligible to carry the QM Certification Mark and will also be displayed on the Quality Matters site.
Faculty Developers interested in having their courses reviewed may contact the UWG QM Institution Coordinator for additional information.
|CRIM 2273||Criminal Procedure||Mai Naito||2016|
|CRIM 3705||Criminal Profiling||Patricia Riley||2016|
|CRIM 6350||Terrorism||David Jenks||2016|
|EDSI 9961||Quantitative Research Methods||Diana Mindrila||2016|
|MEDT 7468||Instructional Multimedia Design and Development||Linda Haynes||2016|
|MEDT 7476||Assessing Technology - Enhanced Instruction||Linda Haynes||2016|
|MEDT 7490||Visual and Media Literacy||Adriana D'Alba||2016|
|MEDT 8461||Diffusion of Innovations||Kimberly Huett||2016|
|CRIM 1100||Intro to Criminal Justice||Patricia Riley||2015|
|CRIM 2245||Juvenile Delinquency||Patricia Riley||2015|
|CRIM 2272||Intro to Law Enforcement||David Jenks||2015|
|CRIM 3333||Victimology||Patricia Riley||2015|
|CRIM 4003||Statistics for Social Science||Elizabeth Stupi||2015|
|CRIM 4232||Family Violence||Patricia Riley||2015|
|CRIM 4911||Terrorism||David Jenks||2015|
|ECED 7264||Invest Social Studies Methods||Frank Stonier||2015|
|MEDT 7472||Introduction to Distance Education||Adriana D'Alba||2015|