Barker, K. (2001) Creating quality guidelines for online education and training: consultation workbook Vancouver BC: Canadian Association for Community Education
BC Ministry of Education (2010) Standards for K-12 Distributed Learning in British Columbia v3.0 Victoria BC: BC Ministry of Education
Institution for Academic Degrees and Quality Enhancement of Higher Education (NIAD-QE).
Quality Matters https://www.qualitymatters.org/qa-resources/rubric-standards
JISC (2009) Effective Practice in a Digital Age Bristol UK: JISC
Quality Assurance Agency https://www.qaa.ac.uk/
The 2008 report “E-learning quality: Aspects and criteria for evaluation of e-learning in higher education” is part of an ongoing endeavour by the Swedish National Agency of Higher Education to develop knowledge about what constitutes quality in e-learning, and how such quality may be assessed within the framework of a national quality assurance system.
Marshall, S. (2006). E-Learning Maturity Model Version Two: New Zealand Tertiary Institution E-Learning Capability: Informing and Guiding E-Learning Architectural Change and Development Project Report. Wellington NZ: New Zealand Ministry of Education
E-standards for Training (http://e-standards.flexiblelearning.net.au/)
Commonwealth of Learning
Quality Assurance Microsite: http://www.col.org/QualityMS
Perspectives on Distance Education: Towards a Culture of Quality: http://www.col.org/PSQuality
Quality Assurance Toolkit: Teacher Education: http://www.col.org/QAToolkit_TE
Quality Assurance Toolkit: Higher Education: http://www.col.org/QAToolkit_HE
The European Foundation for Quality in e-Learning (EFQUEL) has in my view a very enlightened approach to quality assurance. EFQUEL’s web site is well worth exploring. UNIQUe is their e-learning quality assurance certificate
epprobate is an international quality label for courseware, an initiative of three organisations: The Learning Agency Network (LANETO), the Agence Wallonne des Télécommunication (AWT) and the e-Learning Quality Service Center. epprobate has reviewers and partners in over 30 countries and launched at the end of March 2012.
There are also other conditions beyond management and teaching that contribute toward high-quality e-learning systems. Flexible transfer of credits that recognise qualifications are taken online as well as face-to-face, and government web sites that provide accurate and reliable information about the quality online programs available within their jurisdiction, are also essential components of a high-quality e-learning system. For examples, see:
Tobite! Study Abroadhttps://www.tobitate.mext.go.jp/about/english.html
おそらく、公式（単位あり）および、新規開発（オープン、単位なし）のオンライン学習の両方で、品質に関する問題を最もよく網羅しているのは、Academic Partnerships が発行する次の２つの論文です。
Butcher, N. and Wilson-Strydom, M. (2013) A Guide to Quality in Online Learning Dallas TX: Academic Partnerships
Butcher, N. and Hoosen, S. (2014) A Guide to Quality in Post-traditional Online Higher Education Dallas TX: Academic Partnerships
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