What is QM?
Quality Matters is a review process developed to assure the quality of online courses. QM’s faculty-centered, peer-based approach, with its emphasis on continuous improvement, has received national recognition. A variety of academic institutions subscribe to QM, including community and technical colleges, colleges and universities, as well as K-12 schools and school systems. The QM designation represents a national benchmark for excellence in online course design. Click here to view a list of PGCC courses that have met the QM designation.
The 2014 QM Rubric was released in August 2014. Visit our Resources page for more information
Information about the Quality Matters program at Prince George's Community College (QM@PGCC) can be found by clicking on the following links:
- QM@PGCC Review Process
An overview of the QM Review Process at Prince George’s Community College and a list of QM recognized courses here at the college.
- Information for Reviewers
For information about conducting reviews for Prince George's Community College including payment information.
Web links and other information about Quality Matters and the review process.
CONGRATULATIONS! The following faculty members earned QM designation for their courses in the Fall 2014 semester:
Ennis Allen (SPH 1010)
- Teresa Blier (PAR 2540)
Pamella Caesar (HIM 1530, 1800)
Margo Jenkins (DVE 0011)
Belinda Lindsay (SOC 1010)
Robert Mason (PAR 2450)
Lizbeth McManus (CJT 2510)
Allison Miner (NTR 1010)
For a complete list of faculty who have earned QM designation at Prince George's Community College, click here.