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The Quality Assurance Resource Repository (QuARRy) is a collection of online teaching-learning exemplars collected from participants in the CSU Quality Assurance program. It is organized according to the extensive CSU Quality Online Learning and Teaching (QOLT) instrument and is also cross-indexed to the Quality Matters rubric. This allows faculty and instructional staff to view multiple ways a particular objective may be effectively met, whether making changes to one’s own course or assisting someone else to do so. You can search the QuARRy by an author, type, keywords, or drill down into a specific QOLT/QM Community and view specific objective numbers (I.e., QM 1.3, QOLT 1.1). Our hope is that QuARRy will continue to grow in number and quality of exemplars. We invite contributions of additional resources using the QuARRy submission form below.

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NEW! Christine Dobrowolski opens up her QOLT Certified course in Canvas open access portal. For access go to: Canvas Portal Submit your own QuARRy exemplar entry by logging in with the following credentials. Login email: guest@csuprojects.org; Password "guest1". The exemplar entry form is located under the Collection in Quality Assurance Resource Repository heading. Click on the "Submissions in Review" link. We look forward to your participation.

Communities within Quality Assurance Resource Repository

Collections within Quality Assurance Resource Repository

Recent Submissions

  • SFSU (2017-05-09)
    SFSU provides a link to the funny, yet effective video entitled "Blooms Taxonomy According to Seinfeld." Where multiple Bloom's Taxonomy Wheels get repetitive this video adds a new perspective and can be great for faculty ...
  • SFSU (2017-05-09)
    SFSU provides faculty with an iLearn QuickStart webpage for faculty. This is a comprehensive, yet easy to navigate, page that helps faculty get technology help with FAQs and other important tutorials.
  • SFSU (2017-05-09)
    Online Learning Readiness Questionnaire Before enrolling in an online course, you should first assess your readiness for stepping into the online learning environment. Your answers to the following questions will help ...
  • SFSU (2017-05-09)
    Learning through an online class requires different skills than learning in a face-to-face class. It's important to know what you're getting into and to understand the kind of commitment that's necessary for success in ...
  • Norman Skonovd (2016-12-01)
    Norman Skonovd created a great TedEd Lesson for his students on Major Religions of the World. Students watch the video and questions pop-up at certain points in the video to test for understanding. Later there are a set ...