GTF Grant Success Story #1: Shrey Bhakta

On October 1, 2022, DigiTex passed its one-year milestone for the Greater Texas Foundation grant, Harnessing Course Sharing to Support Guided Pathways at Scale. Having submitted our one-year report to Greater Texas Foundation, we are pleased to report that much progress has been made in the past year. To measure the progress of this grant … Continue reading GTF Grant Success Story #1: Shrey Bhakta

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

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

Reflections on the Launch of an Open Educational Resource

by Ursula Pike, Associate Director, DigiTex On International Women’s Day (March 8, 2022), I launched my first Open Educational Resource OERigin Stories: Pathways to the Open Movement. OERigin Stories is a collection of interviews I conducted with six women of color who are leaders in the Open Education Movement. The women interviewed are librarians, faculty … Continue reading Reflections on the Launch of an Open Educational Resource