March 3rd Applying the Quality Matters Rubric Workshop

Applying the Quality Matters Rubric Workshop will be help on March 3rd in Milton Hall 185J, 8:30am-4:30pm.  Lunch will be served.  Participants will experience the QM rubric from a course designer and reviewer perspective.  To register for this event, visit the Training Central APPQMR Workshop. 

Trouble registering? Please call the Teaching Academy (575) 646-2204.

Posted on 2017-02-17 11:39:25 | Category: Quality Matters,Special Event

Congratulations to NMSU's new QM Peer Reviewers

Beth Apodaca (Instructional Innovation and Quality) and Mary Prentice (College of Education) are NMSU’s newest  QM Peer Reviewers.  Congratulations!  To obtain this certification, they both completed a 20 hour online workshop.  For more information on how you can become a peer reviewer, visit the Quality Matters webpage.


Posted on 2017-02-17 11:32:47 | Category: Quality Matters

Applying the Quality Matters Rubric

Applying the Quality Matters Rubric Workshop was recently hosted where 10 participants experienced the QM rubric from a course designer and reviewer perspective.  All 10 participants completed the workshop and were granted certificates of completion.

Posted on 2017-01-31 13:28:57 | Category: Quality Matters

More OCIP News

The Online Course Improvement Program (OCIP) is professional development for NMSU faculty focusing on improving the quality of online teaching and learning. It expands on services currently available through the Teaching Academy and Instructional Innovation and Quality.

Professional Development Programs

Services provided by OCIP

OCIP provides NMSU faculty with the following professional development services:


The goals of OCIP are:

  1. Assist faculty in enhanced web course design and delivery while reducing student textbook costs.
  2. Provide faculty instructional design services with a framework that supports peer interaction and encourages best practices for online learning.
  3. Facilitate participation in national digital content consortiums and relevant communities.
  4. Create and support a culture of quality for online courses taught at NMSU.
  5. Develop a scalable, customized professional development model.

The following documents provide data on the events, attendance, faculty participation, and additional information on the overall impact of the larger OCIP program and 1Yr+, which is a targeted professional development program. Both quantitative and qualitative data inform the findings.