Upcoming Offerings

Mobicon -LaptopK-12 Applying the Quality Matters Secondary Rubric

January 29 - Feburary 8, 2018
Quality Matters (QM) is a faculty-centered, peer review process designed to certify the quality of online and blended courses. Get an introduction to QM, learn how to use the Rubric and apply it to a real course. If you are looking to improve your online or blended course design with research-supported standards which include annotations and best practices, this professional learning experience is for you!  Practice writing helpful recommendations for continuous improvement with the QM Rubric as your guide. This experience also counts as the first step towards becoming a K-12 Course Reviewer!

Course Length: 3 weeks - (approx 15 hrs over 3 weeks)
Delivery Mode: Online Asynchronous
QM Certified Instructor: Jon Oestreich
Cost: $50*

*Payment required prior to enrollment.  Total cost subsidized by the Wisconsin Digital Learning Collaborative per successful course completion.  Additional cost and graduate credit details found at the link below.

Details  Registration 

Registration limited to the first 20 (paid) registrants.


collaborative-educatorsTeaching Strategies in a Digital Environment II

January 29 - March 18, 2018

Facilitator: Ken Sajdak
Start Date: Jan 29   (zero week starts Jan 29) class begins Feb 5
Length: 6 Weeks - 1 hour synchronous online webinar required weekly


$25 (subsidized by the WDLC)


Technology today allows students tremendous access to information. By joining students on this technological playing field, educators can meet student learning needs in new and revolutionary ways. You have literally entered “the wave of future education.”  Teaching Strategies in a Digital Environment II targets both those who have completed Teaching Strategies in a Digital  Environment I and/or teachers with experience in online and blended teaching. Thus, participants are encouraged to engage in rich dialogue surrounding best practices and challenges faced in a digital environment.

This online course, building on the first part of this class, will present an overview of online education, including the necessary skills and best educational practices that will allow you to become both comfortable and proficient in this exciting environment. Specifically, we will present best and developing practices in academic integrity, student motivation, collaboration, and online tools.  Focus will be on hands on application within an online or blended course.


 This course is provided in partnership with Viterbo University. Credit options and fees will be discussed the first week of class.

Registration, Details

*Synchronous Sessions offered; dates to be determined

note: Zero week is designed for you to test your login, assure computer readiness for the course, familiarize yourself with the digital environment and provide a time for drops.  Drops or unsuccessful completions outside of this time may incur the full unsubsidized cost of $200