Archived Story

M State instructor completes Quality Matters training [UPDATED]

Published 9:14am Wednesday, February 27, 2013 Updated 11:17am Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Minnesota State Community and Technical College math instructor Sharon Hintgen recently completed a Quality Matters training course designed to improve the quality of online education.

Hintgen enrolled in the Applying the Quality Matters Rubric online workshop through Quality Matters, a nationally recognized organization that promotes quality and continuous improvement strategies for institutions that deliver courses and programs online.

The workshop provides faculty members with tools designed to improve the quality of online courses and encourages the sharing of innovative practices in online learning.

Hintgen teaches on M State’s Fergus Falls campus and through the college’s online eCampus, which offers more than 300 courses and 25 degree programs online.

Editor's Picks

No bike lanes for Fir Ave.

Fir Avenue from Union to Friberg avenues won’t get bike lanes, but parking lane width will be increased so it can continue to act as ... Read more

RTC plans waiting on tax credit

Historic Kirkbride has submitted applications to various funding sources for preliminary approval for its proposed $41.4-million redevelopment project of the Fergus Falls Regional Treatment Center, ... Read more