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10/16 Webcast: The Cheating Economy and Integrity

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WCET has had an active voice on academic integrity and cheating since 2008. In 2018, academic integrity is threatened by a notable increase in the commercialization of academic dishonesty, to include contract cheating and the widespread online distribution by third-party websites of educational materials. Join us to discuss the growing industry of cheating cartels and promising actions your institutions can take to bolster a culture of integrity.

Tuesday, October 16: 9:00 AM HAST/ 11:00 AM AKDT/ Noon PDT and MST/ 1:00 PM MDT/ 2:00 PM CDT/ 3:00 PM EDT.

Join us on Halloween for the Web Accessibility: Trick or Treat? Webcast!

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As a part of “The Year of Accessibility”, the Online Learning Consortium and WCET continue to collaborate to bring our communities resources on the topic of accessibility. There are answers and clear guidance that can help instructional designers and faculty ensure they are building accessibility into their online activities and web presence. This panel of “been there, done that” experts will share their tricks, tips and strategies for making accessibility a treat, and a little less scary! Register now!

Date: Wednesday, October 31st, 2018 | Time: 1-2pm ET

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WCET Frontiers Blog

October 17th, 2018

Cheryl Dowd, Director of the State Authorization Network, and I have been presenting this summer about the status of the federal state authorization regulation. In those presentations we remind people about other federal regulations that remain in place. The one that has most surprised those in our audiences is the requirement that students be notified [...]

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

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 membershi