Mayland Community College’s Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP) Marketing Committee held a student poster contest in May to help Mayland kick off its Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP), “Preparing Students to Learn Online.” Mayland Computer Information Technology student Matthew Cranford was the contest winner and was awarded a $200 Visa gift card. Mayland’s QEP is “Preparing Students to Learn Online” and is focused on student learning and use of technology in internet classes.
Mayland’s QEP represents an institutional commitment to ensure that students who take online classes are prepared to succeed in those course offerings. The QEP uses interweaving interventions designed to assess and strengthen the skills needed for student online success. Using a staged rollout process beginning in the fall, the QEP is designed to involve students at all levels of online class readiness. All QEP actions will work together to help students develop skills needed for success in online classes and to certify that online classes meet the highest standards of quality. More information about the QEP can be found at http://www.mayland.edu/QEP/index.html. Pictured are Mayland Community College Director of Institutional Effectiveness/Grant Writer Liz Silvers presenting Cranford with his gift card.