Reflections on the First TxQMC Connections Conference

by Ursula Pike, Associate Director, DigiTex, and System Lead for the Texas Quality Matters Consortium Before I came to work in higher education, I spent time as a community economic developer. In small towns and cities, I identified community needs and possible solutions. That work gave me an appreciation for community members coming together to … Continue reading Reflections on the First TxQMC Connections Conference

DigiTex Connections – June 2022

You won’t want to miss our June edition of DigiTex Connections. This month’s newsletter features a final reminder about the 1st annual TxQMC Connections conference on June 3, updates regarding activities in the State Authorization Network (SAN), our OER resource of the month, and much more! Click the photo to the right to access this … Continue reading DigiTex Connections – June 2022

All Learning Should be Digital

By Judith Sebesta, Executive Director, DigiTex Digital learning is defined by the Department of Education as “any instructional practice that effectively uses technology to strengthen a student’s learning experience and encompasses a wide spectrum of tools and practices.” Drawing on both my own practice as an educator who worked for twenty years on the wide … Continue reading All Learning Should be Digital

Webinar: Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Inclusive Access

In our upcoming webinar “Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Inclusive Access But Were Afraid to Ask,” Trudi Radtke, Open Education Project Manager for the Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition (SPARC), will speak about the challenges, facts, and myths of Inclusive Access programs. For more details, including date, time, and registration information, please … Continue reading Webinar: Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Inclusive Access

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