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Abstract: Distance learning courses were taught online and grouped based upon the course development model. Students’ perception of course quality was compared given four course development models: 1) by faculty using a training course, 2) instructional designer supported, 3) a QM training course, and; 4) no training or support used. Students from randomly selected courses received a survey based on the QM criteria asking their perception of the course elements and their opinion of the quality of the course. Significant results were found across the 8 QM general standards for the instructional designer supported (DS) courses as compared to courses designed with the other course design models.