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October, 2022

14Oct10:00 AM10:50 AMMulti-Layered Quality Assurance for Online Teaching and LearningDr. Henry Moon, Augusta University • Mrs. Candy Pugh, Northern New Mexico College • Dr. Kenneth Dvorak, Northern New Mexico College10:00 AM – 10:50 AM


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October 14, 2022


Friday 10:00 AM – 10:50 AM Pacific Time


Online via Zoom


Part of 2022 Conference

Session Description

With the increase in the number of online courses being offered, it is important for faculty to be prepared to teach online. In this presentation, we share best practices for their preparedness to teach online based on the rules and procedures of micro-credentials and quality assurance in online courses. Faculty interested in teaching online or developing classes in the online environment are expected to be both credentialed and have their courses go through an approval process.

This session will walk you through evidence-based practices for online teaching and learning. This session has implications for faculty who teach online, for instructional designers who offer professional development for online teaching, and for administrators who support online learning at higher education institutions.


Henry Moon, PhD

Assistant Professor, Augusta University Dr. Henry Moon earned a Ph.D. in educational psychology with an emphasis in instructional technology at Texas Tech University. He holds a M.S. in Special Education and Teaching from St. Cloud State University. His primary interests center around diverse instructional strategies and technology integration into the classroom that support the learning of complex phenomena in online environments. As part of this work, he has designed and developed various college-level programs and courses to improve the quality of distance education.

Candy Pugh, MACI

Quality Assurance Specialist, Northern New Mexico College Mrs. Candy Pugh is a former K-12 teacher and principal and has been active in higher education for the past 12 years as an instructor and distance education staff, and is currently working as a Quality Assurance Specialist at Northern New Mexico College. Candy holds a Master’s degree in Curriculum & Instruction, with an emphasis in technology, from Colorado Christian University and a Bachelor of Science degree in Education from The University of Texas at Tyler. Candy’s career has emphasized coaching for quality instruction in both primary/secondary education and higher education.

Kenneth Dvorak, PhD

Director of Distance Education, Northern New Mexico College (Retired) Dr. Kenneth Dvorak is a former director of the Center for Distance Education at Northern New Mexico College based in Espanola, New Mexico. He has extensive experience building distance education programs working for institutions in Michigan, Texas, and Indiana. He holds a PhD in American Cultural Studies from Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, Ohio.