By Van L. Davis, Ph.D., Principal and Founder, Foghlam Consulting, LLC In a 1975 The Atlantic column, the late Molly Ivins described the start of the 63rd Texas Legislative session thusly: “The Texas Legislature consists of 181 people who meet for 140 days once every two years. This catastrophe has now occurred sixty-three times. The … Continue reading Looking Forward to the 87th Legislature
It’s a new month, and a new edition of DigiTex Connections! This month’s newsletter includes an important announcement about the opening of registration for Open Texas 2021, as well as updates on TxQMC resources, a new partnership for DigiTex, and more. You can access this latest edition here.
by Heather Walker, Senior Administrative Assistant, DigiTex What elements comprise the digital learning experience? For most of us, the answer would include a learning management system such as Blackboard, Canvas, or Moodle; videos, podcasts, and other media; discussion rooms; and electronically submitted assignments, among other components. Now imagine attempting to conduct an online class without … Continue reading Important Events in the History of Digital Higher Education: The WBSI Adventure in Online Education
by Ursula Pike, Associate Director, DigiTex In May, four educators at DigiTex member institutions shared the ways they were coping with the first months of the pandemic. The resulting blog post, “Meeting Change And Challenge With Compassion And Resilience,” highlighted the need to support faculty at our higher education institutions in the face of the … Continue reading Surviving the Pandemic: Resiliency in the Face of Continued Uncertainty
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