WCET is the leader in the practice, policy, & advocacy of technology-enhanced learning in higher education.


Registration is filling up for WCET's June Leadership Summit!

Join us in Salt Lake City June 8th - 9th for a day-and-a-half intensive, interactive discussion of questions related to student credentials in the 21st Century. The Summit, 21st Century Credentials: Learners + Institutions + Workforce, will bring together the perspectives of institutions, workforce, and learners to build a bridge from the traditional academic transcript to the connected credentials 21st Century learners need to be successful in the workforce. This bridge will serve as a guide for bringing the conversation back to your institution or organization.

New Issue Page on Open Educational Resources

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WCET has developed and compiled numerous resources on Open Educational Resources. The OER issue page includes two recently recorded short conversations with Megan Raymond, WCET programs and events manager and Paul Stacey, associate director of global learning at Creative Commons, discussing the impact of OER on learning, collaboration, and access. Additional resources include compiled Frontiers blogs, WCET webcasts, and external publications on OER. Learn more about OER and this important edtech issue.

Spotlight Archive

WCET Frontiers Blog

April 28th, 2016

Transforming Your Practice as a Pathway to Fulfillment and Student Success in State Authorization Careers Please join us in welcoming Jason Piatt, Director, Online Compliance and Communication, Kent State Online┬áKent State University to the Frontiers blog as he shares an important leadership message with us today. ┬áThank you Jason for sharing your insight with us. […]

Focus Areas

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

Great teachers are great teachers regardless of the type of classroom, in the cloud or on the ground.

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.