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.

Upcoming Webcasts

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Past Webcasts

Personalized Experiences for the Three Types of Adult Learners

18 Apr 2019

Wiley Education Services conducted a proprietary research study, which consisted of surveys and personal interviews with graduate students and aimed to better understand the motivations, behaviors, attitudes, needs, and...

A Student Response to Analytics, Privacy, and Security

21 Feb 2019

In 2019, an essential handbook was released by two leading experts in data analytics, titled An Analytics Handbook: Moving from Evidence to Impact. This handbook introduces the reader to...

Flipped Webcast Conversation with Chris Gilliard About Digital Redlining

25 Jan 2019

Chris Gilliard was the 2018 WCET Annual Meeting keynote speaker who shared how we can understand equal access to technology and information in the digital age. His presentation looked...

The Mechanics of Competency-Based Education, Part 1 and Part 2

24 Jan 2019

Building on a partnership that began with WCET helping bring WGU to inception in the mid-1990s, WCET and WGU partnered on a webcast series to bring the WCET Community...

Web Accessibility: Trick or Treat?

31 Oct 2018

As a part of “The Year of Accessibility,” OLC and WCET collaborated to bring our communities resources on the topic of accessibility. Since the Department of Justice and the...

The Cheating Economy and Integrity

16 Oct 2018

WCET has had an active voice on academic integrity and cheating since 2008. In 2018, academic integrity was threatened by a notable increase in the commercialization of academic dishonesty...

What If You Could Hit the Reset Button for Your Institution’s eLearning Program?

04 Oct 2018

Consider the following scenario: You are a senior administrator at a public college/university. To date, your institution has offered just two selective online degree options. Your board wants to...

The Forgotten Students – Understanding the Student Completion Crisis in Higher Ed and Emerging Solutions

02 Oct 2018

Each year, over a million students drop out of college or university—some 31 million Americans in the last two decades. In fact, only 48.3% of first-time, full-time students at...

Leading Large-Scale OER Initiatives: Stories from the Top

16 Aug 2018

In 2018, we saw an increase in the number of institutions, systems, and states implementing open educational resource initiatives. This webinar featured three WCET members who have been part...

Consortium Service Models – Staying a Step Ahead of Your Members

12 Jul 2018

Consortia leaders believe in partnering to accomplish more through working together. However, it can be tricky to figure out exactly which services to offer, which to consider for the...

A Conversation with Peter Smith about “Free-Range Learning in the Digital Age”

28 Jun 2018

According to Allen Tough, adult learners spend an average of 15 hours per week, nearly 800 hours annually, participating in self-directed learning*. Motivations to begin such a learning journey...

UPCEA Online Leadership and Administration Policy Track

19 Jun 2018

2018 Summit Policy Track Please join us and our partners UPCEA, CAEL, and OLC, as we seek to reshape the landscape of federal and state policy. In addition to providing...

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Kim Nawrocki

Assistant Director, Events and Programs, WCET