Are your faculty and staff prepared for the online classroom?

Designing and teaching successful blended and online courses requires specialized knowledge and skills.
As the leading organization devoted to advancing quality online education, the Online Learning Consortium is thrilled to offer professional development, instruction, best practice publications, and expert guidance to OLC members.

OLC Institutional Membership and Workshop Pass provide all of the tools, training and expert guidance needed to ensure excellence and quality in your online programs. With over 100 workshops per year, focused on key topics in online teaching and learning, plus the exclusive OLC Quality Scorecard for the advancement of your online programs, OLC covers the full spectrum of quality online learning.

“Because of the tremendous growth in online offerings in recent years, at the course, departmental, and program levels, we can’t imagine being able to meet our faculty’s development needs without connecting them to the workshops and certifications available through OLC. Our OLC membership has been a tremendous benefit to our faculty, and we are making great strides in providing improved hybrid and online courses to our students, thanks to it.”

Georges Detiveaux, Assistant Director, Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence

Join Matt Norsworthy, OLC Membership Services Representative, to learn how OLC can serve your professional development needs and elevate the quality of your online and blended programs to a whole new level.

Speaker Bio



Matt Norsworthy

Membership Services Representative

Matt Norsworthy is a Business Development Representative for the Online Learning Consortium. He is responsible for establishing new memberships with institutions and working with existing institutions to meet their professional development needs in online and blended learning. He also serves as a Layout Editor for the Online Learning Consortium’s, Journal of Asynchronous Learning Networks (JALN), in preparing articles and issues for both print and online publication. Matt has been teaching English, Film, and Humanities in both online and traditional classrooms for over ten years. He has a Masters of Liberal Studies in English and an MFA in Creative Writing, and he is currently working on his dissertation for his doctorate in Higher Education and Organizational Change from Benedictine University.