What our members are saying about the Quality Scorecard:

 

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“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 

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“We have found the OLC Quality Scorecard to be a very effective tool for the administration of online education programs. The Scorecard provides a helpful framework for strategic planning and is used to evaluate programs, identify areas for change, and reassess annually.”

Sandra Hirsh, Professor & Director, School of Information, San Jose State University 

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“OLC is truly the leader in helping leaders define quality in online learning. The true benefit of this experience is having people with a great deal of expertise learn about our online operations and provide feedback for improvement. “

Jill Langen, Ph.D. – President, Baker Online and Center for Graduate Studies

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“The scorecard serves as a national baseline to show us how we benchmark against online learning best practices.” 

Mark Porcaro, Executive Director of Online Learning, Wichita State University

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“Southwestern College is an institution with a long history of focus on quality and continuous improvement.  When the Online Learning Consortium Quality Scorecard became available, we elected to run our online program ‘through its paces.’  We built our program using the foundations from “Quality on the Line,” but after ten years we wanted to ensure that a focus on quality was still central.  What we learned provided opportunities for us to improve.  The ultimate recipients of our improvement were the learners we serve.  I would encourage any institution that takes its learner-centeredness seriously to deploy the OLC Quality Scorecard.” 

Dick Merriman, Ph.D., President (1998 – 2015), Southwestern College

Who is using the Quality Scorecard?

The OLC Quality Scorecard is now being utilized by institutions all over the United States and Latin America. Online education program administrators are finding that by using the Scorecard for quality evaluation, they are able to develop strategic objectives for program improvement and demonstrate to accrediting bodies the breadth of quality in program administration. 

Here are some of our Institutional Members using the Quality Scorecard:

Adler School of Professional Psychology
Butler University
Cabarrus College of Health Sciences
California University of Pennsylvania
Clayton State University
Excelsior College
Golden Gate University-San Francisco
Illinois Institute of Technology
Johns Hopkins University
Louisiana State University – Baton Rouge
North Carolina State University
San Jose State University
Southern Arkansas University
University of Alabama at Birmingham
University of Alaska Anchorage
University of Alaska Fairbanks
University of Central Missouri
University of Maryland University College
Utah State University
West Georgia Technical College

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"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