Seminar 07P - Gauging the Quality of Online Learning by Measuring 21st-Century Engagement
PLEASE NOTE: Separate registration and fee is required to attend this seminar.

Tuesday, October 18 | 2:00PM–5:30PM | Meeting Room 107A/B
Session Type: E11
How do you move from having a policy of providing quality online learning to determining the magnitude, amount, or volume of quality learning experiences provided in a particular course?This session will explore 21st-century engagement as an indicator of online instructional quality. Many of us are experienced at offering online learning and recognize the need for quality, but are we prepared to assess our courses to see if all the pieces are in place for a 21st-century engaged learning environment? This session will share pedagogical perspectives that can be used to determine if your online course has evolved over the past several years. We will encourage participants to become part of the conversation to identify engaged learning indicators within online courses and to create a rubric that can be used to assess online course quality in these terms. Please Note: a laptop is required for this seminar.


  • Kathleen Brautigam

    Consultant, Brautigam Strategies
  • Stephanie Edel-Malizia

    Instructional Designer, The Pennsylvania State University