Connecting the Dots

Today we welcome our new WCET executive director, Michael D. Abbiatti, to his first post on Frontiers.  Many of you know Mike from his years of active participation as a member of WCET.  We invite you to take a moment and read about the policy and practice challenges and opportunities he sees for WCET in […]

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California Switches Driver on Road to Future of Higher Education

In dealing with tight budgets, limited access to courses, growing costs to students, and concerns about educational quality, we’re noticing that governors and legislators in states and provinces are asking tough questions.  Many see technology as part of the answer and they are engaging their higher education leaders in designing ways to better serve their […]

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What Are You Reading?

Need some advice for reading for the holiday break or as a resolution for the new year?  I was thinking about books about elearning or higher education that I have read or have had recommended to me in the past year.  I’m also interested in having you share the titles of books that you have […]

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Completely Redesigning One Institution’s Online Courses – In Just One Year

FIRST – Sorry to our subscribers who received the seemingly random post of Jo Kroll’s picture.  I was trying a newer version of WordPress and made a mistake.  Some parts are not quite as user friendly as I’d hoped.  Russ Poulin ON TO THE POST — I first met Jo Kroll at WCET’s old Institute […]

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What’s Ahead for Higher Education?

Adrian Sannier, vice president of product at Pearson eCollege, and Mark Sarver, CEO of EduKan, will be kicking off WCET”S 23rd Annual Conference, in Denver, CO on October 26-29.  The duo will present about the future of technology in higher education, where it’s headed and how we will get there.  Both are clever, witty, and […]

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