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WCET Interview on Academic Integrity & EdTech

What's up with academic integrity in highered? Recorded SxSWEdu 2017, listen to WCET's Communications Manager, Lindsey Downs, check in with Tricia about academic integrity, specifically in regards to educational technology.

Tricia Bertram Gallant is an incredibly well known expert and author on academic integrity. She presents and consults at high schools, higher ed institutions, professional associations all around the world.

August Webcast: eLearning Consortia: Stories from the Past Looking to the Future

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eLearning consortia foster inter-institutional partnership to share resources, best practices, and often infrastructure with the goal of increasing institutional capacity for online and technology-mediated courses and programs. Learn how institutions and organizations have developed consortia to leverage resources and extent their ability to enhance student access and success.

The webcast will present the historic perspective of eLearning consortia including past efforts, projects, and research. Current consortial models and organizational structures and services will be discussed as well as a look forward to future opportunities for collaboration, innovation, and partnerships.

Join us on Thursday, August 17 at Noon MDT for a free WCET Webcast. Follow the Twitter feed at #WCETwebcast.

Registration is open!

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WCET Frontiers Blog

July 20th, 2017

Many of us have worked with Learning Management System (LMS)s in one way or another, as administrators, instructors, support, assistants, or students. And, through working with these platforms, many of us end up strongly disliking them. This week we welcome Sasha Thackaberry from Southern New Hampshire University to discuss this love/hate relationship between higher education […]

Focus Areas

The pace of change in the educational technology marketplace is constantly increasing.

New innovations emerge each year increasing the demand for technology-enhanced instruction.

Policies and regulations impact the operation of technology-enhanced teaching and learning in higher education.

Student success is the overarching goal of WCET and the higher education institutions and organizations that form the cooperative's membership.