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Quality Learning and Teaching (QLT) Rubric

The CSU Quality Learning and Teaching (QLT) evaluation rubric was developed in 2011 and is designed to help support and identify exemplary practices for the design and delivery of online and blended courses. The rubric is composed of 57 objectives across 10 sections, including an optional section on "Mobile Platform Readiness."

QLT Rubric
QLT Rubric Format Description
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Formal QLT RubricThis link will take you to an external website in a new tab.* 2 Page Document CSU Quality Learning and Teaching (QLT) Evaluation Rubric Sections and Objectives- Lists the 57 Objectives.
Formal QLT Rubric with ExamplesThis link will take you to an external website in a new tab.* 17 Page Document Formal QLT Rubric with examples to provide clarity.
Self/Peer Review - 57 ObjectivesThis link will take you to an external website in a new tab. Online Form Allows you to conduct a self peer review across the full 57 objectives. Upon request, a PDF copy of your review will be emailed to you at the end of the review process.
Self/Peer Review - 24 Core Essential ObjectivesThis link will take you to an external website in a new tab. Online Form Allows you to conduct a self peer review across the 24 core essential objectives. Upon request, a PDF copy of your review will be emailed to you at the end of the review process.

CSU Campuses who have adopted the CSU QLT rubric include: Channel Islands, Chico, Fresno, Humboldt, Maritime, Northridge, San Diego, San Francisco, San Luis Obispo, San Marcos, Sonoma, and Stanislaus