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Quality Online Learning and Teaching (QOLT) Non-Award Course Assessment for Instructors


Quality Online Learning and Teaching (QOLT) Non-Award Course Assessment for Instructors

Introduction - About the CSU QOLT Course Assessment

On behalf of CSU Academic Technology Services, thank you for participating in this non-award evaluation of hybrid and online courses in the CSU. A primary goal of the CSU QOLT Course Assessment is to provide encouragement and support for online and hybrid courses that deliver the best learning experiences for students. All the information you provide, whether ratings or text comments, will be kept within the CSU QOLT program. No information you provide will be shared without your express written permission.

This QOLT Course Assessment has two parts. Part I has 8 items that address course demographics. Part II has 54 (plus 4 optional) course objectives for you to rate that are organized into the following 10 sections:

  1. Course Overview and Introduction (8 objectives)
  2. Assessment of Student Learning (6 objectives)
  3. Instructional Materials and Resources Utilized (6 objectives)
  4. Student Interaction and Community (7 objectives)
  5. Facilitation and Instruction (8 objectives)
  6. Technology for Teaching and Learning (5 objectives)
  7. Learner Support and Resources (4 objectives)
  8. Accessibility and Universal Design (7 objectives)
  9. Course Summary and Wrap-up (3 objectives)
  10. Mobile Platform Readiness – OPTIONAL – (4 objectives)

Each objective and each section has space allotted for comments. Your comments are invaluable to our efforts to document the ways in which CSU faculty are exemplifying quality hybrid-online teaching and learning.

Recommendations for completing Part II - Course Objectives are provided.

If you need to exit any part of the QOLT Course Assessment before you've completed it, there is a "Save and continue survey later" option at the top of each page. To save what you've already entered on a page, you must click Next before clicking on "Save and continue survey later".

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If you have any questions or comments about the content of this QOLT Course Assessment, please contact Brett Christie by phone at 707.486.6519 or by email at

If you find any part of this assessment inaccessible for any reason, please contact the CSU Accessible Technology Initiative (ATI) at or the Center for Usability in Design and Accessibility (CUDA) by phone at 562.985.2348 or by email at