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Unable to Join us in Denver for #WCET15?

2015 Logo from WCET annual meetin

If you missed the WCET Annual Meeting November 11-13 or if you just want to relive or share the learning & laughter,  view the recordings of the general sessions.  See: Robbie Melton's IoT antics during the opening keynote, the Reflecting and Looking Forward session which included two special acknowledgements, edtech leaders share their advice during the Leading Innovation in Higher Education general session panel, the WOW award luncheon, and the closing IoT panel.  Our sincere thanks to Mediasite and Sonic Foundry for recording the sessions.​

Linda Thor Receives WCET’s Top Award for E-Learning Leadership

portrait of Linda Thor

The award is named in honor of Richard Jonsen, the WICHE Executive Director who nurtured the idea of a technology cooperative and founded WCET in 1989. Exuding the principles espoused in the award, Dr. Thor has served the higher education community for over forty years with a pioneering and visionary spirit that has supported success for many students, many of whom might not have had a pathway without the opportunities Dr. Thor set in place. Read more about this well deserved honor.


Spotlight Archive

WCET Frontiers

Tue, 12/01/2015 - 10:15

Last month, just ahead of the WCET Annual Meeting, the Adult College Completion Network held their annual Workshop, focused on garnering discussion of how we best serve adult learners and bring them back into higher education.  Today, Christina Sedney, project coordinator for the Adult College Completion Network (ACCN), shares the highlights of the meeting with […]

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.