Online course quality review rubric (OSCQR) and regular and substantive interaction (RSI) guidelines are essential components of high-quality online course design. The rubric and guidelines provide best practices on course design for faculty.
At TILT, instructional designers assist faculty in applying the OSCQR rubric. The rubric is intended to help faculty identify areas for improvement regarding course design, provide directions for course revisions, and ultimately improve the overall quality of their program. The rubric helps faculty ensure that their online courses are engaging, accessible, and inclusive for all learners, meeting accreditation and federal requirements.
Federal US Department of Education (DoE) regulatory definitions of distance education require that institutions should ensure regular and substantive interaction between a student and an instructor (S).
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