The Eighth Floor is now offering the Quality Matters Applying the Rubric course. If you are a member of the Eighth Floor Consortium and your institution is a member of the Oklahoma Statewide Quality Matters Consortium, you are invited to attend the following class:

Quality Matters Applying the Rubric, New Version 2011-2013
This is QM's flagship workshop on the QM Rubric and its use in evaluating online courses. It is intended for a broad audience, including but not limited to faculty, instructional designers, administrators, and adjunct instructors who wish to understand more about the QM process and, perhaps, aspire to become peer reviewers.”

Once you have completed the course, your name will be submitted to Quality Matters for a certificate. Participants must attend the entire class to earn a certificate. For more information, please visit the Quality Matters website: http://www.qmprogram.or

Questions about QM classes at The Eighth Floor? Contact Lee Anne Morris: Lee.Anne.Morris@tulsacc.edu or call 918-828-5086

REQUEST A CLASS FOR YOUR GROUP: If you have a group of people who would like to schedule a class at a different time or if you just have questions about the course, contact Lee Anne Morris at Lee.Anne.Morris@tulsacc.edu or call 918-828-5086.

The Statewide Consortium is fairly new. Please visit the QM website to learn more about this opportunity. Current members of the Statewide Quality Matters Consortium in alphabetical order:
  1. 1. Eastern Oklahoma State College
  2. 2. Langston University
  3. 3. Northeastern State University
  4. 4. Northern Oklahoma College
  5. 5. Oklahoma State University -- *Member of The Eighth Floor Consortium
  6. 6. Oral Roberts University -- *Member of The Eighth Floor Consortium
  7. 7. Rose State College (Lead Institution in Statewide Consortium)
  8. 8. Southern Nazarine University
  9. 9. Southwestern Oklahoma State University
  10. 10. Tulsa Community College -- *Member of The Eighth Floor Consortium
  11. 11. Tulsa Technology Center -- *Member of The Eighth Floor Consortium

Classes are also held at Rose State in Midwest City. Contact Dr. Dana Lindon-Burgett. **//dlindon@rose.edu//** for specific dates and time, as well as information on the Statewide Consortium. Also visit the Quality Matters Oklahoma Website: https://sites.google.com/site/oklahomaquality/quality-matters-in-oklahoma

If your school is a member of the state wide consortium, you can earn a certificate of completion from Quality Matters. This course is the first step in becoming a peer reviewer.
  1. Create an account at http://www.qmprogram.org/myqm/
  2. Be sure to note which member institution you belong to
  3. Within a few days after the class has finished, I will submit your name to QM
  4. Return to your "MyQM" to print your certificate a few days after class has met.