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Over the last 15 years, unprecedented creation and increased availability of Open Educational Resources has created an opportunity to dramatically increase its use, but significant challenges remain.
In 2015, trends in edtech included more emphasis on open educational resources, less hype around data analytics, and a nail in the MOOC coffin.
Confluence Assembly Room - Confluence Building, Community College of Denver (Auraria Campus)- 800 Curtis Street, Denver CO A Discussion with the US Department of Education Hosted by WCET and the Community College of Denver
The old educational technology categories of LMS, SIS, and portal are being challenged on multiple fronts. One of the most interesting challengers is the category of Learning Relationship Management platforms.
Institutions with large online program offerings with large online enrollments know that they must invest in the training and development of their teaching faculty.
The postsecondary education sector is a major market for commercial providers of identity authentication and remote proctoring systems.
Over the past few years, there have been a number of public complaints and agreements with colleges and universities regarding providing accessible information technologies.
Institutions are at varying stages of implementing accessibility processes from individuals managing reactive accommodations to robust campus-wide initiatives.
Higher education institutions must be in compliance with federal accessibility laws but their ability to do so is challenged by a number of factors, including leadership, staff resources, cost, decentralized video production activities by individual faculty and departments, copyright, and more.
State authorization is a recipe of equal parts. Part 1: understanding state regulations. Part 2: understanding your institution’s out-of-state footprint. One without the other is a map with no legend.