WCET Webcasts

WCET webcasts explore topics in digital learning and feature expert presenters. Webcasts are generally hosted on the third Thursday of the month. Most webcasts are free and open to everyone; however, some are reserved for WCET and State Authorization Network members.

Webcasts are recorded, and you can access those archives on our YouTube channel or by visiting the event pages. Recordings for member-only webcasts can be accessed via wcetMIX.

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Past Webcasts

Stop the Madness! It’s Time to Strategically Evaluate Educational Technology and Tools

29 Sep 2022

This webcast is hosted in partnership with Turnitin. The proliferation of tools and technologies to support digital learning increased dramatically during the pandemic. Many institutions adopted edtech at a...

Navigating the Confusing Array of Digital Learning Definitions

21 Sep 2022

As students sign up for courses, they are faced with course delivery options such as online, remote, hybrid, hyflex, synchronous, and asynchronous – but how these are defined is...

SAN and NC-SARA Webinar Series: State Authorization Foundations & Reciprocity

28 Jul 2022

State & Federal Building Blocks for Out-of-State Activity Compliance Part 1 of this webinar series is designed primarily for institution personnel (but open to the public) and will focus...

Responding to Student Demand with Agile Teaching and Learning Strategies

27 Jul 2022

Hosted in partnership with Cengage. This April, Bay View Analytics and Cengage released the latest findings of the Digital Learning Pulse Survey. This longitudinal study, launched in April of...

Member Fireside Chat: Educational Innovations That Have Transcended the Pandemic

12 Jul 2022

Goldie Blumenstyk, a senior writer with The Chronicle of Higher Education, will lead a fireside chat with members of WCET and WICHE’s Forum and Alliance members in July. Goldie...

LibreTexts OER Showcase and ED’s Open Textbook Pilot Grant Program

30 Jun 2022

The Department of Education is accepting applications through July 25, 2022, for the Open Textbook Pilot Grant, which supports projects at eligible institutions of higher education to create new...

Designing Inclusive Classrooms: Where to Start?

29 Jun 2022

This webcast was hosted in partnership with Wiley University Services. As higher ed continues to focus on ways to increase equity within our learning communities, one area in which...

Innovations and Challenges: Colorado and Beyond

16 Jun 2022

Hosted in collaboration with the Western Academic Leadership Forum and Western Alliance of Community College Academic Leaders. Community colleges across the nation are experiencing similar challenges: decreased enrollments, state...

Cybersecurity Part 1: CISA Overview Briefing on the Cybersecurity Threat to Postsecondary Institutions

11 May 2022

SAN & WCET presented a two-part webinar series. In part one, Dave Sonheim, Chief of Cybersecurity, Region VII, CISA, Department of Homeland Security provided a policy briefing addressing cybersecurity...

Ghosting in Online Courses: Data and Strategies to Save the Academic Journey

30 Mar 2022

Hosted in partnership with Wiley University Services. Behavioral health and student attrition are major concerns for online and hybrid educators, with more than 23 percent of students becoming unresponsive...

Supporting Adjunct Faculty: Research-Based Recommendations

01 Feb 2022

Adjunct faculty—defined here as part-time, non-tenure track instructors—account for nearly half of all teaching faculty in higher ed and are critical to the success of their students and the...

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