- FAQs about using the members-only email lists
Who can participate?
WCET member institutions and organizations may have an unlimited number of administrators and personnel signed up to receive WCET's valuable news and discussions. Members are strongly encouraged to take advantage of the news, resources, communications and sharing that come to you from WCET's two primary email lists.
What lists are available?
WCETNews is a moderated list used to distribute WCET's popular Article Digest, job posting from WCET members, announcements and breaking news of general interest to our members.
WCETDiscuss is a moderated discussion list reserved for WCET members. The list puts you in touch with higher education professionals from institutions and organizations in the U.S. and Canada. Have a question about how others address a policy issue or design solutions to certain educational technology challenges? This list is a quick and easy way to get ideas and input from your peers.
How do I subscribe?
To sign up to receive emails from wcetnews and/or wcetdiscuss, please fill in our subscribe webform.
How do I send a message to the list?
Send your comments and questions about a particular issue to WCETDiscuss. Use a descriptive subject line so that other WCET members can easily respond.
Send news about your upcoming events to WCETNews.
Send job postings to Rosa Calabrese and they will be sent with others we receive (approximately once a week) and will be posted on our Member Job Listing page. Posts must be received by Friday at 10AM Mountain time in order to be included in that week's distribution. Institutions are limited to posting no more than five position each week.
Please format your job posting to include only the following five categories:
- Job Title and Location
- Job Summary
- Minimum Qualifications
- Application Deadline (if applicable)
- Link to web page with job details and application forms
WCET reserves the right to withhold postings that seem irrelevant to our mission and membership.
WCET reserves the right to make minimal edits to keep each job posting short and concise.
How can I review the archives?
The archives are a great way to review past discussions on a range of topics, such as online orientation policies, adjunct faculty policies, proctoring policies, summer schedules for e-learning, and a whole lot more. Messages sent to the discuss list are automatically archived for your review at a later time via the web interface. You can access the archives at:
For assistance, contact Sherri Artz Gilbert, 303-541-0209.