This past week I attended the 5th annual Quality Matters conference on Quality Assurance in Online Learning. It was a great experience and I picked up quite a bit as well as made some new contacts in the instructional design world. As always I tweeted out thoughts, resources, ideas, and general notes from the conference. For those that use twitter or another social media site, do you take the time to ever go back over your own tweets? If you liked the comment the first time enough to share it, it is probably valuable for you to hear it again. Often times at a conference so much is going on that I even forget some of the points I tweeted. For that reason, I find it very valuable to debrief and go back over my own tweets. Below are some of the ones I felt to be valuable either from me or from others. If you missed them the first time, take a look and debrief with me.
Thanks to all who participated in the backchannel on Twitter at #qmconf
Hope you enjoyed going back through some of the tweet highlights and important thoughts worth remembering. It is worth noting that the 6th annual QM conference will be hosted next year in Baltimore. I know I am looking forward to it, and looking forward to the Sloan Conference coming up. If you cannot make it to Sloan, follow me Nov. 20-22 and I will keep you updated the best I can. Whether you are going or not, participate in the back channel at #aln13
Happy designing and remember Quality beats out Quantity in Online Education!