Quality Matters Conferences for 2020: Three Opportunities to Adapt and Succeed in Quality Online Learning
Mark your calendar for QM Conferences in 2020 to discover the transformative effect of the QM community.
Annapolis, MD (PRUnderground) November 26th, 2019
We live in a world of constant change. And online learning is no exception. Online learning today differs considerably from the online learning of a few years ago. New degrees are available. Learner demographics for online courses have changed. And new cost models are in effect. So how can organizations ensure quality in a continually evolving environment? Participating in a Quality Matters conference is a good place to start.
QM conferences are geared toward online learning professionals, designers, educators and administrators who are committed to learner success. The QM community — comprised of over 1,200 member organizations —openly share their ideas, best practices and experiences in order to help others bring high quality learning to life. Plus, there are countless networking opportunities that allow for more personal conversations and the critical exchange of information.
Mark your calendar for QM Conferences in 2020 to discover the transformative effect of the QM community:
April 2 & 3, 2020: QM Regional Conference WEST
“Reaching for Student Success”
California State University
Registration opens January 6, 2020.
April 23 & 24, 2020: QM Regional Conference EAST
“Reimagining Quality Pathways”
New York, NY
Registration opens January 15, 2020.
October 25 – 28, 2020: QM Connect Conference
St. Louis, Missouri
Call for presentation proposals opens January 29, 2020.
About Quality Matters
Grounded in research. Driven by best practices. A community that puts learners first. Quality Matters (QM) is the global organization leading quality assurance in online and innovative digital teaching and learning environments. It provides a scalable quality assurance system for online and blended learning used within and across organizations. When you see QM Certification Marks on courses or programs, it means they have met QM Course Design Standards or QM Program Review Criteria in a rigorous review process.