Share Paper: Instructors’ and Students’ Perception toward Online Course Quality Based on the Quality Online Education (QOE) Framework

  1. Danh Nguyen, College of Education, Texas Tech University, United States
  2. Jongpil Cheon, Educational Psychology and Leadership, Texas Tech University, United States
  3. Amanda Solis, College of Education, Texas Tech University, United States
Tuesday, March 19 3:40 PM-4:00 PM Sunset 3

Abstract: With online learning demands, enrollment growth, and equal quality considerations to online education, universities plan to increase their online programs. However, assuring the quality has brought concerns about online instruction, instructors, and learning outcomes. Standards and framework have been developed to address these issues. The College of Education at a Southwestern University has established the Quality of Online Education (QOE) framework including six actions to develop quality online courses and provide authentic learning experiences. The current study was to determine instructors’ and students’ perceptions toward online course quality based on the QOE framework. It allowed to identify participants’ discrepancies in ...