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Open in a Time of Crisis

Published by: Lindsey Rae Downs | 4/16/2020

As an ongoing part of WCET’s efforts to help faculty and staff respond to the pandemic, today Dr. Tanya Spilovoy, our resident Open Educational Resources (OER) expert, takes a look at the role openness and OER can play as institutions […]

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California to Open a New Community College and Progress at the Other 114

Published by: Lindsey Rae Downs | 9/30/2019

If you could start completely from scratch, how would you design an institution of higher education? The California Community College System plans to open its 115th institution in October. And it is an interesting answer to that question. Based upon […]

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Building a Network for Curation – the #femedtech movement

Published by: Lindsey Rae Downs | 8/22/2019

As a women working in edtech, open education, and higher education, the #femedtech network has provided hope, joy, and encouragement for me and many others working within the space. Although Maren and I have never met in person, I am […]

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WCET’s 7th Annual Leadership Summit

Published by: Lindsey Rae Downs | 6/15/2018

We just got back from the annual WCET Leadership Summit in Newport Beach, CA where we deliberated on how digital learning can help higher education can embrace: Equity as a demonstrated priority for the institutions’ students, faculty, and staff. Accessibility […]

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#WCET16

Published by: Lindsey Rae Downs | 10/20/2016

Hello WCETer’s! Today I’d like to share the highlights of the meeting from my point of view as a new WCET staff member and first timer at the WCET Annual Meeting. As I, sadly, could not be everywhere at once, […]

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Stepping-up Now: Researching Social Media

Published by: Russ Poulin | 4/6/2016

In an era when undergraduate students emerge digitally engaged, the progressive graduate educator is one who is open to adapt and adjust the delivery of their teaching, assignments, and interactions to incorporate innovative technology. Faculty face both implicit and explicit […]

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Edtech is a Human Experience: My First SXSWedu

Published by: Ashley Woods | 3/14/2016

Sometimes you have to start at the end to see the beginning more clearly.  On my {somewhat delayed} journey home from SXSWedu, our Mike Abbiatti posed the question, “if technology is all it’s cracked up to be, why do we spend so […]

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#WCET14: Ideas Blossomed in the City of Roses

Published by: Ashley Woods | 12/4/2014

November 19-21, 2014 seasoned WCET’ers and new comers to our community gathered in Portland, OR (known the City of Roses) to exchange ideas and learn together.  Invigorated by the conversations and fueled by amazing epicurean adventures, the tenor of the […]

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