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This webcast will highlight some of the latest innovations in emerging technologies such as mobile devices, app advancements, wearable and sensors, 3D and augmented reality, 3D printing, and smart gadgets in terms of the impact in teaching and learning.
You may be familiar with Creative Commons, a nonprofit organization that enables the sharing and use of creativity and knowledge through free legal tools, but do you know that they are involved with numerous initiatives that are positively impacting higher education and Open Education Resource Adoption?
Atlanta, GA Sold Out! If you would like to be put on a wait list and/or receive information about upcoming state authorization workshops - please contact Marianne Boeke at Marianne@nchems.org - thank you!
How we think about the value of collaborative skills has undergone dramatic change, as both technology and the workplace (and workplace expectations) have evolved.
In conforming with state authorization regulations, compliance officers are faced with organizing and tracking a complex array of information including: regulations in each state, programmatic activities in each state, enrollments in each state, and much more.
With an expert’s depth, a writer’s flair, and a hacker’s creativity, Anya Kamenetz has written an essential book for any parent who has wondered: what do I do about all these tests?
What is in store for technology enhanced teaching and learning in higher education in 2015? Will the higher education reauthorization act impact the growth of competency-based education and hinder the development of adaptive and personalized learning programs? Will the Internet of Things (IoT) reach higher education?
Now PAR invites WCET members to join the next wave of pioneers driving measurable improvements in student outcomes through a special Student Success Membership of the PAR Framework.
Institutions are in varying stages of data analytics initiatives, some have highly robust dashboards with comprehensive student interventions and many are just starting the conversations.
WCET is delighted to announce the perfect pairing of two internationally known experts on information technology law and policy in higher education.