Quality Matters Recognizes Dr. Olivia Hodges and Dr. Bonnie Cangelosi

The Online Learning and Instructional Technology Services department of the Nelson Poynter Memorial Library is thrilled to announce the most recent course to receive Quality Matters Certification at USFSP. Congratulations to Dr. Olivia Hodges and Dr. Bonnie Cangelosi!

Olivia Hodges

Dr. Olivia Hodges, Associate Dean & Program Coordinator for Leadership Development

Bonnie Cangelosi

Dr. Bonnie Cangelosi, Adjunct Faculty & Principal with Pinellas County Schools

Principles of Educational Leadership, EDA 6192, developed by Dr. Hodges and Dr. Cangelosi is the first course from the College of Education to receive the certification.

The course is now on the list of award-winning courses from colleges and universities across the nation. The QM seal of recognition will now be proudly displayed within the online course. Additionally this course will be listed on QM’s site, bringing positive exposure to USFSP’s College of Education and to the campus.

QM’s review process is designed and implemented by faculty who teach online courses throughout the U.S. to ensure quality and alignment with accreditation standards and best practices in online learning. USFSP first joined QM in 2010 as a way to assist faculty with the development of high quality online courses.

Please contact the Nelson Poynter Library’s Online Learning and Instructional Technology Services department for more information about QM and to learn how this program can assist you with your online course development and refinement.

 

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About karlakmetz

Karla is an Instructional Designer at Instructional Media Services and Adjunct Faculty in the College of Education at USFSP. She is currently earning her PhD in Instructional Technology at USF. With 7 years of experience in Education and Accessible Technologies, her professional interests include Universal Design for Higher Education and the Accessibility of Online Courses. Current projects include research on the benefits of closed captioning in online courses to all students.

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