by Ursula Pike, Associate Director, DigiTex; System Lead, Texas Quality Matters Consortium "Rest Stop Map" by QuesterMark is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0 I love road trips. The thought of piling up my car with snacks, downloading hours worth of my favorite podcasts, and settling in for hours of sitting behind the wheel is enough … Continue reading Designing Online Courses & Road Maps
Our partner Starlink has recently released new trainings for the month of August. For more information, please visit their website.
Our August newsletter is now available. For exciting news about Texas Learn OER, updates on the TxQMC and Open Texas 2021, and much more, please click here.
By Carrie Gits, Head Librarian, Associate Professor, Austin Community College The usefulness of an open educational resource (OER) can be measured in its ability to be adapted, modified, and reused by others to meet their unique needs. Authors and creators of OER often intentionally choose an open license that allows others to build upon their work, … Continue reading Retain, Reuse, Revise, Remix, And Redistribute: The Launch Of Texas Learn OER
On July 27, 2020, the Online Learning Consortium (OLC) featured Dr. Judith Sebesta's post "Analyzing Available Data and Research on Digital Education in Texas (And Beyond)" on their blog. Check it out for more details on DigiTex's latest research efforts, including a link to our most recent research article.