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
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
In our May newsletter we have an announcement of the opening of the Call for Proposals for Open Texas 2022, several updates regarding the TxQMC and our membership in the State Authorization Network (SAN), a new featured column, and much more! You can access this file by clicking on the image to the right.
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
This month's edition of DigiTex Connections is packed with updates regarding our grant project, our membership in the State Authorization Network (SAN), and the activities of the Texas Quality Matters Consortium. Along with these updates you'll also find a preview of our most recent blog post, a summary of our participation in Open Education Week, and much … Continue reading DigiTex Connections – April 2022