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The OSU-OKC Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence (CTLE) provides instructional design, instructional technology and multimedia production, and eLearning development services and support to OSU-OKC faculty and staff in a variety of areas, including:

  • Online and hybrid course design and development
  • Instructional and multimedia content and resource development
  • Assistance with implementing Universal Design for Learning (UDL) principles and creating/curating content that complies with ADA, 508, WCAG 2.0, and other accessibility standards
  • Instructional design support and assistance with implementing Quality Matters standards for online and blended courses.

CTLE provides an array of video production and multimedia design services and support. We have two Media Production Studios for faculty use. The studios (LRC 103B and LRC 103D) can be reserved for sessions and are fully equipped with a computer, lights, large monitor, webcam, microphone, drawing tablet, and other devices for creating instructional content.

In addition to the on-site and online services, CTLE regularly offers faculty development and training sessions throughout the year. (Virtual sessions are usually recorded and later available on-demand.) Our schedule of virtual professional development sessions is usually offered:

  • August In-Service (the week before the fall term begins): virtual and/or in-person sessions
  • Fall Semester (late October/early November): virtual sessions
  • January In-Service (the week before the spring term begins): virtual sessions
  • Spring Semester (early – to mid-April): virtual sessions
  • Summer Semester(June/July): virtual sessions

Quality Matters (QM) is a global organization leading quality assurance in online and blended learning. QM is the “gold standard” for high quality online and blended course design. QM has rubrics for Higher Education, K-12, and Continuing & Professional Education. (The QM website is located at The Oklahoma QM System Subscription (OKQM) started in 2010 with three institutions. In 2014, OSRHE started supporting a statewide subscription to QM to make it more affordable for all Oklahoma institutions of higher education to participate. OKQM is now comprised of 22 affiliated institutions. You can access OKQM at:

As an OKQM Affiliate, OSU-OKC has access to QM tools and resources, including the QM Higher Education Rubric, 6th edition, which is available via workbooks and brochures. (Copies of the QM Higher Education Rubric Workbook and/or Rubric Standards for Course Design brochures are available by request from the OKC CTLE.) Along with access to the free QM webinars and sessions, OSU-OKC faculty may also participate in professional development opportunities available via OKQM, including three QM workshops for OKQM Affiliates usually offered during the Spring, Summer, and Fall terms:

  • Applying the Quality Matters Rubric” course (APPQMR), the initial course in the peer reviewer certification sequence – registration is $95 per participant;
  • Designing Your Online Course” workshop (DYOC) for faculty designing an online course from scratch – registration is $75 per participant; and
  • Improving Your Online Course” workshop (IYOC) for experienced online faculty who want to improve the design of their existing online course – registration is $75 per participant.

As a member of our campus community, online content from Magna Publications is available at no cost to you. Since 1972 Magna has been a leading provider of higher education professional development resources. Sign up today and help energize your higher education career.  A special message of thanks to Jackie Weston for working to get this access approved through our Carl D. Perkins funding.  Our current subscription is active through 03/31/22.

20-Minute Mentor Commons offers on-demand versions of Magna's popular 20-Minute Mentor programs, covering a broad range of faculty development topics.

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