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Possible Deliverables

  • quality assessment rubric defining various dimensions along the lifecycle (or ecosystem) of content, learning and teaching. Addressing quality from pedagogy/andragogy, to learning object development, courses, delivering courses, teaching with media and technology, access, reusability and maintenance.
  • tool for peer reviewed and self-assessment of online course
  • a set of standard metadata to surround an object or course; something contextual (i.e., providing the background info about what we mean by 'quality'
  • good practice - for the particular culture, application, it is in
  • it is "qualitative" - high quality
  • discussion - about what is 'quality' and case studies / discussions, etc.
  • creating valuable learning materials, and teachers learn to incorporate it, and students experience technology and media.
  • Distance learning course (delivery) - (in English, Spanish translation)
  • project research component -

Possible Collaborators/Organizations

  • Susan Patrick, The International Association for K-12 Online Learning (iNACOL)
  • Myk Garn, Southern Regional Education Board (SREB)
  • Randy Fisher & Gurmit Singh, WikiEducator/OER Foundation & The 3-Os
  • Ruth Rominger, Terri Rowenhorst, Monterey Institute for Technology and Education (MITE)
  • Gerry Hanley, MERLOT/Digital Exchange Marketplace
  • Deborah Proctor, Minnesota State Colleges and Universities (MNSCU)
  • Drew Hinds, Oregon Department of Education
  • Chris Rapp, Idaho Digital Learning Academy


  1. Content
  2. Instructional Design
  3. Student Assessment
  4. Technology
  5. Course Evaluation and Management
  6. 21st Century Skills

Quality Matters

  1. Course Overview
  2. Learning Objectives
  3. Assessment and Measurement
  4. Resources and Materials
  5. Learning Engagement
  6. Course Technology
  7. Learner Support
  8. Accessibility

NROC Guidelines

  1. Technology
  2. Content
  3. Media
  4. Design
  5. Pedagogy
  6. Interaction
  7. Assignments
  8. Assessments
  9. Accessibility
  10. Support

Online Course Evaluation Project

  1. Course Developer and Distribution Models
  2. Scope and Scholarship
  3. User Interface
  4. Course Features and Media Values
  5. Assessments and Support Materials
  6. Support materials for the instructor
  7. Communication Tools and Interaction
  8. Course environment
  9. Technology Requirements and Interoperability
  10. Course format
  11. Server-side requirements
  12. Interoperability standards
  13. Accessibility

Learning Object Attribute Metrics

  1. Alignment
  2. Assessment
  3. Interactivity
  4. Navigation
  5. Context
  6. Integration
  7. Media Standards
  8. Objectives
  9. Feedback
  10. Prerequisites
  11. Self-Direction
  12. Support

Other Links & Resources

  • More Guideline Examples (top level categories)

Terms of Reference & Funding

(Comment.gif: Hey Randy, help me, Terri)