Past Events

Missed an event? See the archive for resources.

Behind the Distance Education Enrollment Numbers

May 19th, 2016
Resources: - Webcast Slides

Federal EdTech Legislation and Regulations that You Need to Follow

May 4th, 2016
Resources: - YouTube Video of Recorded Webcast

Google Hangout: Conversation about Connected Credentials

April 21st, 2016
Google Hangouts Resources: - Storify of Tweets

Accreditation & the Impact on Distance Learning

April 15th, 2016
North Lake College & Online WCET & NUTN hosted a Think.In where attendees discussed “regular and substantive” interaction in higher education and the role of accreditation in distance and online education with a cross-section of educators: leadership from regional and national accreditors, college accreditation liaisons, distance education administrators and other stak

WCET State Authorization Network Collaborative Conference with Regulators

April 10th, 2016 - April 13th, 2016
Austin, Texas Who Should Attend? Designed for those who are performing the work of state authorization for their institutions in multiple states.

Learning to Adapt 2.0: The State of Adaptive Learning in Higher Education Today

March 17th, 2016
Adaptive learning in higher education is evolving to address specific needs across a spectrum of institutions and degree programs.

State Authorization Compliance Workshop

March 8th, 2016 - March 9th, 2016
Louisville, KY Sold Out! Resources: - View the Preliminary Workshop Agenda. - View List of Workshop Mentors.

Consortia Success Stories: Institutions Working Together on OER Innovations

February 24th, 2016
Resources: - Video of Recorded Webcast - Webcast Slides

Strategies and Tools for Finding, Adopting, and Managing OER

February 18th, 2016
Resources: - Slides

Issues and Trends in Edtech in 2016

January 21st, 2016
In 2015, trends in edtech included more emphasis on open educational resources, less hype around data analytics, and a nail in the MOOC coffin. Informal and formal blended learning models, including competency-based education, continued to grow.