OLC QUALITY SCORECARD FOR BLENDED LEARNING PROGRAMS
The scorecard is available for free. However, you must be logged in as an institutional member to access the interactive scorecard.
The OLC Quality Scorecard for Blended Learning Programs provides benchmarks and quality standards to help you evaluate your blended and hybrid learning programs. By using the scorecard, faculty, administrators and instructional designers can determine the strengths and weaknesses of those programs.
By using the scorecard, institutions can identify areas of strength and opportunities for improvement within their own programs and create a strategy for meeting benchmarks.
This quality scorecard was developed through a collaborative effort with experienced educators recognized for their background in this modality. They identified quality metrics for each of the 70 indicators in key categories, including: Institutional Support, Technology Support, Course Development and Instructional Design. Course Structure, Teaching and Learning, Faculty Support, Student Support, and Evaluation and Assessment
The Scorecard rubric is available for free – exclusively for OLC Institutional Members. You may purchase the Blended Learning Handbook on our Publications page.
The Interactive Version launched in November 2016 and is available exclusively for our Institutional members. It serves as an online, collaborative dashboard and repository to assess, enhance and measure the effectiveness of your programs online.
With this online tool, you can:
Institutions can pursue a third-party, independent review through the OLC Quality Score Review Assessment to benchmark against best practices as a continuous improvement resource. Those that achieve exemplary status may be eligible to display an OLC Exemplary Program logo on their website. Learn more.
"The Quality Scorecard is grounded in research, best practices, and expert opinion, so I know the University is well-served by implementing the self-assessment process and demonstrating our continuous improvement processes and outcomes to accreditors."
Debbie Thorne, Associate VP for Academic Affairs and Professor of Marketing – Texas State University