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Quality by Design (QbD): Strategies for Effective Teaching and Quality Course Design

Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to identify the importance of learner-centered instruction; analyze the qualities of effective course design; and integrate these concepts into their teaching and/or instructional design strategies. This non-facilitated course provides a unique opportunity for faculty and staff to improve courses through a framework for evaluating the effectiveness of seated, online or hybrid courses. QbD focuses on four major topics that are a key component of any quality designed course, including: Learner Support, Content Presentation & Accessibility, Interaction & Collaboration, and Evaluation & Assessment. Self-enroll to access course resources. To register for a facilitated version of the course offered through SUNY the Center for Professional Development (CPD), see:

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