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Quality Matters eLearning Marketplace

The Quality Matters eLearning Marketplace is a free, searchable database built to serve the broad QM community with an easy-to-use eLearning product/service directory organized within the 8 general standards of the rubric as well as by user and product categories. To add new products, services or companies, please log in or create an account at MyQM

Quality Matters Marketplace eLearning

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Best practices for designing course navigation.

 

http://projectone.cannect.org/best-practices/course-organization.php

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Presents the levels of Bloom's Taxonomy, defines them, lists sample verbs, and describes sample behaviors.

http://www.edpsycinteractive.org/topics/cognition/bloom.html

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Explains the benefits of different characteristics of fonts for different groups of users.

 

http://www.tiresias.org/research/guidelines/checklists/fonts_checklist.htm

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A list of links to educational resources about rubrics.

http://www.iuk.edu/academics/ctla/assessment/resources/resources_rubrics...

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The Quality Matters Accessibility Policy for Online Courses was prepared as an adaptable outline of a generic accessibility policy by Barbara Frey, D.Ed., Senior Instructional Designer, and Lorna Kearns, Instructional Designer, at the Center for Instructional Development and Distance Education, University of Pittsburgh; and Denise King, Instructor, Carlow University, with a 2011 grant from Quality Matters. Earlier research done by Frey and King (2010) with QM institutions showed that 87% of respondents did not have an accessibility policy for online programs.

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