Digital Higher Education Consortium of Texas

Ensuring Equity Through Collaboration

DigiTex & Equity

Equity: We align our policies, practices, and resources so that people of all races, cultures, and socioeconomic statuses have genuine opportunities to thrive. (Source: The McKnight Foundation)

We strive to practice equity-mindedness by being evidence-based, race-conscious, institutionally focused, systemically aware, and equity advancing in our work. We are advocates for B-JEDI: belonging, justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion. 

Looking for classes?

Although DigiTex no longer offers classes directly through our website, you can contact the DigiTex coordinator at your college to find out if it participates in online course sharing. And check out our Course Sharing FAQs for more answers!

Our Mission

The Digital Higher Education Consortium of Texas assists Texas community colleges in providing learners an education without barriers through high quality digital educational opportunities, resources, and services that help students succeed.

For more information, download our Strategic Plan.

Would you like to know more about DigiTex?

Take a moment to watch the short video below! To view a captioned version of this video, click here to access the video on our YouTube channel.

Values

We believe that all Texas community college students should have access to high quality courses and programs.

We are committed to assisting Texas community colleges as they enhance their internal capacity to help learners succeed.

We believe that technology is always changing and are committed to helping Texas community colleges understand the most promising innovations.

Because we believe accountability is critical, we are committed to being good stewards of our resources by being as efficient as possible and helping Texas community colleges more effectively leverage state resources.

Because we believe that Texas community colleges are stronger together, we are dedicated to developing and maintaining a community where educators can learn from and support each other as well as work together to leverage digital resources to best serve Texas learners.

Because we exist primarily to serve Texas community colleges and their students, all of our efforts should answer a core question: “Does this help Texas community college students succeed?”

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